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through the eyes of two black, believing brothers from Baltimore.
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The World is ever devolving, and the truth is becoming more and more blurred. One aspect of truth that has been blurred in perpetuity is “blackness”. What is it? Is it monolithic? Who is included? Can you lose it?
Technical Difficulties: Student Loans, Trump Raid and Blurred Bishops
You know the saying…”when life hands you lemons…”. With our studio equipment putting a damper in our second installment of the Biblical Manhood series, we didn’t want to leave you without an episode, so today we give our thoughts on some things that have been circulating the internet…
Discussing 'What is a Woman' with Monique Duson
Matt Walsh’s ‘What is a Woman’ is still trending for its brilliance in highlighting the psychological failings of a lot of what is being propagated as hope for many people.
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Meet Your Hosts
Brandon, the older brother is burdened with shining light on lies that Christians believe. He, as a former nominal Christian, is called to minister to churchgoers who may be Christian in name only.
He loves apologetics and theology. He has a Master of Arts in ministry leadership from Lancaster Bible College. He loves sports, movies, and deep conversations that are geared toward discovering the truth.
He currently serves as a Student Ministry Director and preaches at a church in Silver Spring, MD. He married his bride, Tulani in 2015 and they have 2 boys (ages 5 mos. and 20 mos.).
Daren, the younger brother, has fallen in love with every hobby he’s had, making him a jack of all trades. He is a professional, master groomer and runs a dog grooming business with his wife, Holly called Scratch ‘n Smith. He loves learning about God through horticulture.
He loves farming, building, and playing music. He has served as a worship leader for over 10 years and currently serves in Silver Spring with Brandon. He has 3 children (a daughter, a son, and a stepson).
Hilda Bih Muluh is a journalist and broadcaster who has worked for close to fifteen years in her native country, Cameroon.
At a young age, she was discovered to have a condition later diagnosed as Muscular Dystrophy. Today, she uses a wheelchair and credits the Gospel of Jesus Christ with saving and giving her a true sense of worth in a culture that regards persons living with disability differently.
Her passion to share this Good News of hope with others led her to start The Esther Project Cameroon in 2014, to encourage the most vulnerable to live out their God-given potential. Hilda is a mouth painter, singer and writer, using her voice to bless and to spur others into finding their purpose.