Killian Noe is the Founding Director of Recovery Cafe in Seattle, WA, a refuge of healing and transformation for women and men who have been traumatized by homelessness, addiction and other mental health challenges. Prior to moving to Seattle in 1999 and starting Recovery Cafe in 2003, Killian lived in Washington, D.C. where she was a part of Church of the Saviour and was the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Samaritan Inns, a non-profit providing housing and recovery services. She currently serves as a Pastoral Counselor at Recovery Cafe and also helps groups beyond Seattle start Recovery Cafes in their communities, which you can learn more about here. In this episode of the RePlacing Church Podcast, she joins me to discuss:

 

  • The work of Recovery Cafe
  • Why they call people at Recovery Cafe “Members” and not “Clients”
  • The power of Recovery circles
  • How to start a Recovery Cafe in your community
  • The one thing she would replace in the church

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Dr. Robin DiAngelo is the author of What Does it Mean to Be White? Developing White Racial Literacy, and co-author with Ozlem Sensoy of Is Everyone Really Equal? An introduction to key concepts in social justice education. She is a former Associate Professor of Education, a Lecturer at the University of Washington, and the Director of Equity at Sound Generations in Seattle. She has been a consultant and trainer on issue of social and racial justice for over 20 years. She is a leading national voice on White Fragility and White racial identity, and her work has been featured in Salon, NPR, Slate, Alternet, and the Seattle Times. In this episode of the RePlacing Church Podcast, she joins me to discuss:

  • What is White Fragility?
  • On growing up white and poor
  • Racism as an adaptive system
  • Racism as a social construct
  • Why she takes issue with the question, “What can white people do?”
  • On the importance of facing your own racism rather than being primarily worried about changing others
  • Why the church as a hard time acknowledging white privilege and racism
  • The problem of the white savior

*Originally posted at theV3movement.org

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November 17, 2016

#49 All Politics Is Local

In this episode of the RePlacing Church Podcast, I talk about the relationship between the church and politics, God's political platform as expressed in Psalm 146 and Jesus, and 3 post-election practices for the local church.

*Originally posted at theV3movement.org

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Lisa Sharon Harper is one of the nation’s most influential voices on faith-rooted advocacy. She serves as the chief church engagement officer at Sojourners, a non-profit organization committed to putting Christian faith into action in the pursuit of social justice, peace, and environmental stewardship. She is the author of multiple books, including most recently, The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be Made Right. In this episode of the RePlacing Church Podcast, she joins me to discuss:

 

  • The lynching of Mr. Anthony Crawford
  • What “Good” in Genesis 1 actually means
  • Thin vs. Thick Gospel
  • Slavery, Revival, and the Abolitionist Movement
  • 3 ways to be a modern day abolitionist
  • Voting rights, immigration, and mass incarceration
  • What her next book is about
  • The one thing she would replace in the church

*Originally posted at theV3movement.org

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Lisa Sharon Harper is one of the nation’s most influential voices on faith-rooted advocacy. She serves as the chief church engagement officer at Sojourners, a non-profit organization committed to putting Christian faith into action in the pursuit of social justice, peace, and environmental stewardship. She is the author of multiple books, including most recently, The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be Made Right. In this episode of the RePlacing Church Podcast, she joins me to discuss:

 

  • Why the church should fight against voter suppression
  • The Witness the Vote project
  • What Genesis 1 and Matthew 25 teach us about voting
  • The problem with an anabaptist approach to politics
  • A brief history of racism and voting in the United States

*Originally posted at theV3movement.org

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Episode Song Credits: “Another Wrong to Right” by Mercir. “Closed” by Zadok Wartes. Used with Permission.

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