How To Be Human: A Podcast about Belief and Healing

Revolutionary Love: Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis

April 10, 2020 Rachael Ward / Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis Season 2 Episode 7
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Revolutionary Love: Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis
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How To Be Human: A Podcast about Belief and Healing
Revolutionary Love: Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis
Apr 10, 2020 Season 2 Episode 7
Rachael Ward / Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis

In the midst of Holy Week, Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis reflects on our universal call to heal the world through revolutionary love.

On this episode we'll discuss the truth of racial disparity in the United States becoming more visible by COVID19, as well as what we can do in this moment to speak truth to power. You'll also hear from Dr. Lewis on the interconnectedness we're all experiencing in isolation and the hope it brings forth to love one another deeper in this moment. There's so much goodness and care in this episode for you.

The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D., is Senior Minister at Middle Collegiate Church, a 1,300-member multiethnic, welcoming, and inclusive congregation in New York City. She is a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary and earned her Ph.D. in Religion and Society/Psychology and Religion at Drew University. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA), Dr. Lewis hosted “Just Faith,” an on-demand television program on MSNBC.com and is a frequent media commentator. Her books include The Power of Stories: A Guide for Leaders in Multi-racial, Multi-cultural Congregations, Ten Strategies for Becoming a Multiracial Congregation, and the children’s book, You Are So Wonderful! She is currently at work on a book on how to heal souls and our world.

https://www.middlechurch.org
@revjacuilewis

Mentioned in our episode today:
New Alternatives: New Alternatives increases the self-sufficiency of LGBTQ+ homeless youth and young adults by enabling them to transition out of the shelter system to stable adult lives.

Episode originally aired April 10, 2020 

Show Notes

In the midst of Holy Week, Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis reflects on our universal call to heal the world through revolutionary love.

On this episode we'll discuss the truth of racial disparity in the United States becoming more visible by COVID19, as well as what we can do in this moment to speak truth to power. You'll also hear from Dr. Lewis on the interconnectedness we're all experiencing in isolation and the hope it brings forth to love one another deeper in this moment. There's so much goodness and care in this episode for you.

The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D., is Senior Minister at Middle Collegiate Church, a 1,300-member multiethnic, welcoming, and inclusive congregation in New York City. She is a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary and earned her Ph.D. in Religion and Society/Psychology and Religion at Drew University. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA), Dr. Lewis hosted “Just Faith,” an on-demand television program on MSNBC.com and is a frequent media commentator. Her books include The Power of Stories: A Guide for Leaders in Multi-racial, Multi-cultural Congregations, Ten Strategies for Becoming a Multiracial Congregation, and the children’s book, You Are So Wonderful! She is currently at work on a book on how to heal souls and our world.

https://www.middlechurch.org
@revjacuilewis

Mentioned in our episode today:
New Alternatives: New Alternatives increases the self-sufficiency of LGBTQ+ homeless youth and young adults by enabling them to transition out of the shelter system to stable adult lives.

Episode originally aired April 10, 2020