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Welcome to the final episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, a collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world.  In this episode, Danielle interviews global development leaders from World Vision: Maya Assaf-Horstmeier, Matthew Scott, Maclean Ndabezinhle Dlodlo, and Dana Buzducea. Dana (Daniela) Buzducea has worked for more than 20 years to change the systems that keep the world’s most vulnerable children living in degrading, dehumanizing conditions. From social work in Romania to leading World Vision’s global advocacy work, Dana has always been committed to ending injustices facing children. Dana is a passionate advocate for children’s right to participate, and she believes adults have a responsibility to keep children high on the political and the public agenda so that no child is left behind in the development race.Maya Assaf-Horstmeier has been working for World Vision since 2005, supporting disaster management programming including early warning and early action, disaster preparedness, and humanitarian response. In 2017, Maya joined the Peacebuilding team as Associate Director for Conflict Sensitivity. Maya has supported the start-up, strategy development, resource acquisition, and quality assurance initiatives in a number of global responses.Matthew Scott currently leads World Vision's global fundraising for dangerous places around the world. His twenty years with the organisation includes seven years leading World Vision's global peacebuilding practice, two years based in World Vision India, and five years as World Vision's representative to the United Nations in New York. He has worked in dozens of conflict-affected contexts and lived in Australia, Bangladesh, Germany, India, Indonesia, Uganda, the United States, and Venezuela. Matthew has a deep personal passion for ending poverty and violent conflict, an interest in sustainability, and has completed numerous marathons, triathlons, and cycling tours for charity.Maclean Ndabezinhle Dlodlo is a leader in World Vision South Africa with invaluable knowledge and experience engaging the Church and Civic Society on developmental issues across cultures. His focus is in the negotiation of the intersections of faith, gender and inclusion, protection, and peace-building to champion collective responses for lasting change. In 2015, the Lewis Institute, Babson College, USA awarded Maclean a Social Innovator award in recognition of his leadership in the multi-country scale-up of Channels of Hope for Gender, World Vision’s faith partnerships curriculum that inspires a positive change in gender norms, value systems, and practices in communities.For all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come
Welcome to the ninth episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, a beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff.  In this episode, Danielle interviews Shaila Visser & Abel Cheah from Alpha. Together they talk about the power shift in evangelism. Shaila Visser is the National Director of Alpha Canada and the Global Senior Vice-President for Alpha International. She is the Executive Producer of both The Alpha Youth Film Series (2013) and The Alpha Film Series (2016), and currently holds positions on the Board of the Damascus Road Foundation and on the Board of Regent College-an International Graduate School in Vancouver.Shaila has a heart for people coming to know Jesus and is passionate about helping the local church flourish. She is a gifted communicator who is known for her strategic leadership as well as her ability to bring people together. Shaila is recognized as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Christian Women in Canada.Abel Cheah is currently the Leadership Development Director, of Alpha Asia Pacific and Curate, Holy Trinity Bukit Bintang. He believes that leadership is something that is nurtured and cultivated and that the best leaders are also great lovers of learning. Abel is passionate about adding value to the lives of the people around him and is committed to living a life of service and impact.For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more information about Brave Global, go to braveglobal.orgCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Welcome to the eighth episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, another beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff.  In this episode, Danielle interviews Laura Barringer and Scot McKnight. Laura Barringer is an outspoken advocate for the wounded resisters of institutional abuse. Laura is coauthor of A Church Called Tov: Forming a Goodness Culture That Resists Abuses of Power and Promotes Healing. Laura is a curriculum writer for Grow Kids, a ministry of Stuff You Can Use. She published articles for The Jesus Creed and The Englewood Review of Books, and her writing has been featured in Church Leaders, The Roys Report, and Converge Summit. Laura is a graduate of Wheaton College.Scot McKnight, a New Testament scholar who has written widely on the historical Jesus and Christian spirituality, is a Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard, Illinois. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Cornerstone University, a master's from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and a doctorate from the University of Nottingham. He has written more than 80 books, including the popular The Jesus Creed blog, which won an award from Christianity Today in 2004. You can read more from Scot at Substack.For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more information about Brave Global, go to braveglobal.orgCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Welcome to the seventh episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, another beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff.  In this episode, Danielle interviews Reverend Christo Greyling. Christo is the Senior Director for Faith and External Engagement at World Vision International. God has been on a unique journey with Christo. In September 1987, Christo, a haemophiliac, tested positive for HIV. He publicly disclosed his status in 1992, while serving as a reverend in the Dutch Reformed Congregation of Windhoek-West in Namibia. His vision was to be a witness for Christ amid his situation while helping the church and others to respond to HIV with compassion and constructive action, which lead to the initiation of the Christian AIDS Bureau of Southern Africa. After he completed his Masters in Public Health, he joined World Vision and led the development of the Channels of Hope methodology which has catalysed nearly 600,000 faith leaders in 48 countries to respond to difficult development issues such as child protection, maternal and child health, HIV, gender and Ebola. He is passionate to walk alongside the church in their calling towards holistic ministry. In this Christo works towards meaningful partnerships and collaborate with Churches and faith actors to meaningfully contribute towards God’s calling to ensure all children have life in all its fullness and can live in communities without violence. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more information about Brave Global, go to braveglobal.orgCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Welcome to the sixth episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, another beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff.  In this episode, Danielle interviews Lindsay Colley, a sustainability and philanthropy professional with a CPA, CA. Lindsay is passionate about the future of consumption, re-thinking education and local community development and her background in environmental, social, and corporate governance and corporate social responsibility help guide her and the corporations she works with. Lindsay accomplishes this with impact measurement, strategic planning, education, facilitation, partnerships, stakeholder engagement, communications and reporting, philanthropy and grantmaking, and program design and development.For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more information about Brave Global, go to braveglobal.orgCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Welcome to the fifth episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, another beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff.  In this episode, Danielle interviews Sandra Maria Van Opstal. Sandra is a second-generation Latina pastor, activist, author, and a powerful leading voice on the intersection of faith and justice. She is executive director of Chasing Justice, a BIPOC-led movement that mobilizes Christians to live justly. Sandra’s distinctiveness comes from working in both local and global contexts as a practitioner and academic, which has solidified her calling to disrupt oppressive systems within the church and center marginalized voices. She has reached audiences around the world on topics of ethnic identity, reconciliation, global justice, and worship through international movements like Lausanne, The Justice Conference, and World Vision and Urbana Missions Conference. Her local influence is also palpable, having served as a pastor and activist in her local community. She holds a Masters of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and is currently pursuing doctoral work in Urban Leadership and Transformation. Sandra is the author of The Next Worship, as well as contributor to the New York Times bestselling book A Rhythm of Prayer.To learn more about Sandra Maria Van Opstal and her books, go to SandraVanOpstal.comFor more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more information about Brave Global, go to braveglobal.orgCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Welcome to the fourth episode of the Power Shift Edition podcast season, another beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff.  In this episode, Danielle interviews James Kelly—Founder and CEO of FaithTech, a global community of tech enthusiasts for Jesus. The work of FaithTech has been mentioned in The New York Times, Wired Magazine and Christianity Today. James has spoken live over 350 times in remote villages in South Sudan to Google HQ in Silicon Valley. He has been featured on 100 Huntley, 700 Club and Faith Today. James is married with two young children and lives in Waterloo, Canada. To learn more about James Kelly and FaithTech, go to Faithtech.comFor more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more information about Brave Global, go to braveglobal.orgCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Welcome to the new season of the Power Shift podcast, another beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people who are at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff.  Our third episode is interviewing Jenna Riemersma. Jenna is a best-selling author and popular speaker on topics including faith, mental health and authentic living. Jenna’s book, Altogether You, was a #1 best-selling new release on Amazon and can be found by clicking here.Jenna Riemersma is the founder and clinical director of The Atlanta Center for Relational Healing. She is teaching faculty for the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) and core faculty for Addo Recovery. She holds a master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard University and a master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate University.Jenna is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Level III Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapist, an EMDR therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CSAT-S), Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CMAT-S), and a National Certified Counselor (NCC).Jenna has been married for twenty-six years, is the proud mom of two young adults, an animal lover, and yoga enthusiast.For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Welcome to the second episode of the Right Side Up Power Shift Edition season of the podcast. Another beautiful collaboration with World Vision and Danielle Strickland with their workers from around the world. We are also connecting with people who are at the intersection of power shifting around the world.  In this episode, Danielle is interviewing Andrew Morley the president and chief executive officer of World Vision International.Andrew Morley became President of World Vision International in early 2019, having been Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Collaboration Officer since January 2016.He joined World Vision after leading and building successful international organizations. He has worked for brands such as Google Mobility Motorola Mobile, Sky Television, Harrods Group and Ford Motor Company and was the CEO of Clear Channel UK. Andrew is married to Vanessa and they have two teenage children, Lewis and James.Andrew has BA Honours degrees in Marketing and Theology. He is a member of a long-distance cycling team and enjoys running. Follow Andrew on Twitter @andrewmorley0"I know the importance of our mission, and the more I witness our global impact, the prouder I am of our approach to development and relief."For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Welcome to the new season of the Power Shift podcast, another beautiful collaboration between Danielle Strickland and World Vision. We are connecting with people who are at the intersection of power shifting around the world, including World Vision staff.  Our first episode is interviewing Dr Soon-Chan Rah on the dynamics of power for the church itself.Soong-Chan Rah has authored or co-authored over a half dozen, and many award-winning, books including The Next Evangelicalism: Freeing the Church from Western Cultural Captivity, Many Colors: Cultural Intelligence for a Changing Church, Prophetic Lament: A Call for Justice in Troubled Times, Return to Justice: Six Movements that Reignited Our Contemporary Evangelical Conscience, Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing, Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery, and Forgive Us: Confessions of a Compromised Faith.He is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Covenant Church, and a member of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education, American Academy of Religion, and American Society of Missiology. He has spoken widely on the topics of the witness of the church, cross-cultural ministry, and social justice at academic conferences, seminaries, Christian colleges, local churches, denominational gatherings, and ministry conferences on both the domestic and global levels.For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more information on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comCheck out these other collaborations with World Vision:Right Side Up course: Videos & activation guide from Season 1, on beatitudes:  https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/rsu_curriculum Prayer Postures: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/prayerrhythms Soul Care for leaders: https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/right-side-up-soul-care-with-danielle-strickland Resilient Leadership for Kingdom Come (pastor specific): https://www.worldvision.org/church/resources/resilient-leadership-for-kingdom-come Infinitum Prayer Days: https://infinitumlife.com/prayerday 
Uncovering Sin

Uncovering Sin

2022-04-0533:091

How Christians respond when injustice is uncovered. Replay Preach from June 27th, 2021.The message is about how God is exposing things that were done in the dark. https://hagarsvoice.comAds:https://www.womenspeakerscollective.comhttps://www.womenspeakerscollective.com/speakersbootcampregistration/atlantahttps://infinitumlife.com
This is the preach I never got to give. The exposing, painful truth of Bruxy Cavey's sexually abusive history has been an incredibly difficult time for my own community at The Meeting House, the church with whom I served on the teaching team. It has also coincided with many other truths being revealed around Clergy Sexual Abuse, harassment and misconduct from other places as well—Brian Houston, and Christianity Today to name two others exposed just these last few days. It appears we are in a season where God is rooting out some deeply embedded sin. The temptation is to think this is a fight against flesh and blood. But it's much bigger than that. So, what do we do? How do we fight back? Who is our actual enemy here? That's what I hope to communicate in this podcast. Here are some tools and clarity around how we fight back. Ephesians 6:10-20Hope it helps. Also check out hagarsvoice.com or email hagarsvoice@gmail.com to connect with our growing efforts to support victims and churches. #clergysexualabuse #fight #light #truth #church #enemy #justice #love #connect #victims #hagarsvoice #courage #life http://hagarsvoice.com
Patriarchy and racism have often walked together. In today's special bonus episode,  Danielle talks with author Beth Allison Barr on her family's journey toward Christ and away from the structures that have held women captive for so long.   Christianity is about redemption, so deconstructing bad systems does not have to equal walking away from Jesus and his church.  Join us as we commit to shifting the power of patriarchy through the power of Jesus.Meet Beth Allison Barr and check out her book.Read Danielle's book, "The Liberating Truth."Join the Women's Speaker Collective.
S08 E10 Danielle and James have an incredible conversation around books relative to life impact.Listen in as Danielle Strickland and last seasons co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON) discuss books they love and hate. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more infortmation on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more informtation on Amplify Peace, go to amplifypeace.com
S08 E09 Welcome to the next episode book lovers.  We have just a few episodes left in this series that we know you'll love (and hate... it's complicated.) Listen in as Danielle Strickland and last season's co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON) discuss books they love and hate. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more infortmation on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more informtation on Amplify Peace, go to amplifypeace.com
S08 E08 Merry Christmas fellow book lovers and podcast listeners.  We appreciate you and hope you are reminded of God's love for you and the hope we have in Jesus.  Enjoy the final episode of our current prophets section with these gems!  Listen in as Danielle Strickland and last seasons co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON) discuss books they love and hate.  This episode is part four on the topic of Current Prophets. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more infortmation on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more informtation on Amplify Peace, go to amplifypeace.com
S08 E07 As Danielle and James begin to close the category of Current Prophets, they talk about the impact of Anne Lamott and Richard Twiss.  Lamott with rich insight and wisdom into loving your neighbour and being a communicator, and Twiss with theological insights into colonialism and the church today.  Listen now (and buy those books!)Listen in as Danielle Strickland and last seasons co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON) discuss books they love and hate.  This episode is part four on the topic of Current Prophets. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more infortmation on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more informtation on Amplify Peace, go to amplifypeace.com
S08 E06 Oh the power of prayer.  Enter into the power of Leymah Gbowee and the depth of Rachel Held Evans.  These two are absolute truth tellers and we are SO excited to recommend some of their writing to you.  Listen in as Danielle Strickland and last seasons co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON) discuss books they love and hate.  This episode is part three on the topic of Living Prophets. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more infortmation on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more informtation on Amplify Peace, go to amplifypeace.com
S08 E05 In the 5th episode of the series, Danielle and James discuss a handful of people-- prophets, you would say.  James H. Cone, Leonardo Boff, Rubem Alves, and Dominique Gilliard are individuals we should all be leaning into and learning from.  Need some book recommendations? You obviously will find them here. Listen in as Danielle Strickland and last seasons co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON) discuss books they love and hate.  This episode is part two on the topic of Living Prophets. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more infortmation on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more informtation on Amplify Peace, go to amplifypeace.com
In this fourth episode of the season, Danielle and James discuss living prophets who are radical truth tellers and constantly bringing God's heart into every room.  You won't want to miss this tribute to these beautiful leaders. Listen in as Danielle Strickland and last seasons co-host James Sholl (Senior Pastor at Wellspring Worship Centre in Toronto ON) discuss books they love and hate.  This episode is part one on the topic of Living Prophets. For more on all the things Danielle Strickland, go to daniellestrickland.comFor more information on Infinitum Life, go to infinitumlife.comFor more infortmation on the Women Speakers Collective, go to womenspeakerscollective.comFor more informtation on Amplify Peace, go to amplifypeace.com
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JaCo

Loved the hope and good news in this podcast. I can't find Brad's audiobook The Pastor anywhere. Can you help?

Jan 11th
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Melissa Wilson

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