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Be the Bridge Podcast2020-09-11T13:15:44-04:00

Latasha Morrison is a best-selling and award winning author, bridge-builder, reconciler, and a compelling voice in the fight for racial justice. In 2016, she founded Be the Bridge to equip ambassadors of racial reconciliation.

This podcast is another step in cultivating conversations that will hopefully lead to real change.

Episode 36 | Eugene Cho

Eugene Cho Is social justice compatible with the gospel? Should Christians be engaged in politics? Pastor Eugene Cho joins Be the Bridge founder and podcast host Latasha Morrison on this episode to discuss these questions and more. He brings wise insight into faithful living in this time. You’ll be pastored and encouraged by the words and work of Pastor [...]

Be the Bridge Podcast: Christmas 2021

Christmas 2021 In this fun holiday episode, Founder and Podcast host Latasha Morrison chats with her friend and Be the Bridge’s Director of Programs, Patricia Taylor, about all things Hallmark! They discuss the progress Hallmark has made over the years in their movies regarding diversity and representation in all forms (be prepared for a few spoilers!). Latasha and Patricia [...]

Episode 35 | Dominique Gilliard

Dominique Gilliard Our next guest on the Be the Bridge Podcast is Dominique Gilliard, author and Director of Racial Righteousness and Reconciliation for the Evangelical Covenant Church. Tune in as Dominique dives into why the church must be at the forefront of conversations in our culture surrounding systemic injustices and inequities. This episode explores a biblical lens through which [...]

Episode 34 | Megan B. Brown

Megan B. Brown Our next guest on the Be the Bridge Podcast is Megan B. Brown! Megan’s unique perspective as a woman of color, military spouse, and Bible study leader allows for a vulnerable conversation with our founder Latasha Morrison. Megan shares her journey of embracing her ethnic identity as well as the importance of reading Scripture with the [...]

Episode 33 | Dr. Eric Mason

Eric Mason In this episode of the Be the Bridge Podcast, Dr. Eric Mason joins Latasha for a deep conversation surrounding deconstruction, biblical literacy and racial reconciliation. This episode is full of biblical wisdom, cultural insight, and resource recommendations from Dr. Mason that you won't want to miss. “The Gospel restores all people's dignity. It makes us fully in [...]

Episode 32 | Be the Bridge Ministry

Be the Bridge Ministry The Be the Bridge Ministry Facebook Group was created last year and serves as a space for those in leadership in the church to lean into the conversation of racial righteousness, to learn, to grow and to help the Church lead in a proactive way. In this episode, Be the Bridge founder Latasha [...]

Episode 31 | Ellie Holcomb

Ellie Holcomb Ellie Holcomb is a singer-songwriter and author based in Nashville, TN who joins Latasha Morrison on this episode to discuss her personal journey toward racial righteousness. She shares how she started a Be the Bridge group, how this bridge-building work has impacted her life and a recent trip she took to the Grand Canyon, and [...]

Episode 30 | Jamie Ivey

Jamie Ivey Jamie Ivey is an author and speaker, talk show host, and the popular podcast host of The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey. She joins Be the Bridge founder Latasha Morrison for a great conversation where they discuss the difference between empathy and sympathy, share wisdom in parenting, and give encouragement for the times you get [...]

Episode 29 | Stephanie Williams O’Brien

Stephanie Williams O'Brien Pastor Stephanie Williams O’Brien joins Be the Bridge founder Latasha Morrison on the podcast for a conversation surrounding the injustices the community of Minneapolis has endured, the lifelong commitment to racial justice, submitting to the leadership of people of color, and her new book Make a Move, all about the practical advice she gives [...]

Episode 28 | Stephen Satterfield

Stephen Satterfield In this episode of the Be the Bridge Podcast, founder Latasha Morrison is joined by Stephen Satterfield, host of the critically acclaimed Netflix docuseries “High on the Hog.” Since 2007, Stephen has spent his career redefining food and beverage as a means of organizing, activating, and educating, and is among the most prominent and respected [...]

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