In this episode, I interview Dr. Terence Lester, an activist and scholar who seeks to bring God’s justice to those suffering from poverty and racism. Terence had to learn to walk again after a horrific car wreck all while getting his Ph.D. in Public Policy on helping those who are homeless.
The founder of LoveBeyondWalls.org and The Dignity Museum is also the author of I See You: How Love Opens Our Eyes to Invisible People and When We Stand: The Power of Seeking Justice Together,
In his latest book, All God’s Children: How Confronting Buried History Can Build Racial Solidarity. According to Terence, “the more you understand someone’s history, the better you can see their humanity. This is true for individuals as well as for society at large.”
Our goal with The Post-Christian Podcast is to reframe, simplify, and focus on our mission to make disciples in a post Christian culture. We discuss reaching new people and raising up leaders while removing the barriers of churchianity.