Charles, Matt, and Gregg discuss the new book. They Say 2, which features poetry written by young Iconoclast Sessions poets, look at the power of arts and poetry in creating self-expression and hear some of the poems.
They Say 2 can be purchased here:
Iconoclast's website is here:
Charles, Matt, and Gregg are joined by Jarvis Taylor to consider displaced people living on the streets and how they find dignity and worth. TK joins the discussion to provide a powerful first-hand view.
Jarvis Taylor is the Executive Director of Crossroads in Houston and is also involved in numerous other projects connected to community empowerment. TK is a volunteer at Crossroads and is currently writing a book.
The website for Crossroads at Park Place is here:
Charles, Matt, and Gregg are joined by Jarvis Taylor to learn how he became involved in helping communities, how black oppression is tied to the oppression of all people, and create ways he is working to uplift people. Jarvis Taylor is the Executive Director of Project College Counseling in Houston and is also involved in numerous other projects connected to community empowerment.
Charles and Gregg are joined by Jake McGlothin to learn about church and school partnerships, how they can transform faith communities, and how they can connect communities in new and exciting ways. Jake McGlothin is the Director of Serve Ministries at Floris United Methodist Church in Herndon, Virginia.
Jake's new book, The Mission-Minded Guide to Church and School Partnerships, is here: