Andrew: And ignoring, and that it’s still persistent if it’s still there. Montell: Oh no, good, no, no good, it’s good, it’s good. I’m literally thinking, I don’t know if I’m gonna make it home. And that language is all over the website too. Here’s what I mean by that. Montell: We build to that place of trust. Andrew: Do you think, like we highlight a lot, the division, or we, I don’t know who’s we, but we see a lot whether it’s through social media, through our news media, or just in our conversations, we talk a lot about the division because I think there’s a really deep down innate sense that that’s not the way we’re designed to live, but there is also a lot of unity. Andrew: You can join Food for the Hungry and us in providing life-saving treatment by donating today. And I’m like, that’s me? Montell: This is a tough one. Crystal Nicole & Tedashii) 06 – Tonight (feat. And so for me, that requires a different type of mindset. My job is to just love people and let God do the rest. No, but when we take on that stance, we look more like the people that are law keepers than the one that Jesus was trying to reach out to, the prostitute, the tax collector, the people that they said, “Why are you hanging with that person or that person?” I think when we live that way, we become this group that are so set in our agendas that we miss God’s agenda of what He’s trying to do in the earth. Montell and Kristin have been married for more than 20 years, and they want to share tools that have helped them on their journey. And so I don’t know if we are getting more divisive. You haven’t experienced what you haven’t experienced, so as you begin to experience it, and now more people are able to experience it through the avenues of news media, or even sometimes Hollywood depicting it accurately, et cetera, If I could ask questions about what I don’t know, then you can help me. Mark: Well, let’s hear the rest of this conversation. Is Jennifer Lopez the Next Artist to be Dropped? All Rights Reserved. The two have been married for 35 years, and are expecting their second grandchild in 2019. Mark: Bill would bring Gloria on with that song. After years in the music industry their marriage faced infidelity, financial stress, loss of a child, and a loss of faith. And now, 20 years later, I mean, I’m interested in what happened, what transpired that took you from “This Is How We Do It” to really gettin’ it done spiritually as a worship pastor, and just pastoral in nature here at Victory World Church in Atlanta. When you said this is a black thing, I got nothing, 2019, I don’t know if I can say anything. And to me, intentionality says, if I can do this in my home, I can do this in a church because how can I take care of God’s house and I’m not taking care of my own house? Or I’m more comfortable being around all black people coming to Christ. That guy loved across racial, he loved to cross financial disparity. 07 – Can’t Go to Bed Mad Andrew: Help our friends at Food for the Hungry save thousands of refugee lives today by considering a generous gift. I don’t know how that plays out, but that’s our heart’s desire. The Bowies have been married for 17 years and have two amazing sons, Jeremiah and Isaac. Andrew: Yeah, because even Montell’s church in Atlanta, north of Atlanta, Victory World Church, is very diverse, lots of nations represented, lots of racial diversity, age, multi-generational, but that isn’t the norm, so I think it’s an intriguing comment he made that the closer we get to God’s often the further we separate from one another. Andrew: Now I will tell you not everyone has dinner. Had a grandfather, watched police pick him up and kick him around the street and call him this, that, or the other. Andrew: Oh, it was multi-platinum. I think that he’s not gonna impose his will on anyone. Andrew: You’ve been to my reserved service. It’s happening. During the show, he talked about his upcoming album titled, The Masterpiece, which would officially be released on Black Friday, Nov.29,2019. Mark: Dinner Conversations is brought to you by Food for the Hungry, a relief and development organization serving those in need around the globe for more than 40 years. Find someone! Mark: Dinner Conversations is brought to you by Food for the Hungry, a relief and development organization serving those in need around the globe for more than 40 years. Taking on the Ministry! Mark: You can help save thousands of lives by giving a generous gift at Food for the Hungry today. And we hope you’ll join us next time for another dinner conversation. I know people that have all black churches or all white churches, and they will say, “Well, we’re in a neighborhood that just caters to… It’s just where we are demographically. We have a prayer that we wanna be one of those ones that finish well. Montell: We’re not at that place of trust. In an attempt to jump-start his career as a musician, Jordan invited his coworkers to see him perform at a showcase. I feel when I’m just tucked into one place. And somebody from the other side needs to be able to say, “Hey, I’m with you in this. From the very beginning of their marriage, divorce was never an option, and through bumps, ... February 15-16, 2019. Donate to Food for the Hungry today, and your generous gift will literally help save lives. Here’s why it was offensive, and here’s why X, Y, and Z, and here’s why we turned it into a term of endearment, but it still sucks as a word and it’s not really a term of endearment. Over the past five years, Cheers for CHOP has raised more than $2.7 million to benefit CHOP programs such as pulmonary medicine and orthopedics. It’s like, oh, that’s why. Jordan's last release was 2008's Let It Rain on the Fontana Records label. And someone said, “No, slaves weren’t brought from Africa to America. Andrew: Which is interesting because it’s as if there’s been an allowance for the things outside of the Church, things you’re mentioning, like slavery, a set of systems outside of the Church, we’ve allowed to impose themselves on the Church. Pastor Lee Jenkins is a former NFL player with the New York Giants and former Vice President of Investments with two major Wall Street firms. PhillyVoice Contributor. Tara Murphy, Meredith Gevurtz and Erin Elmore at Cheers for Chop, March 2, 2019, at the Fillmore, in Philadelphia. Whenever he was asked about his relationship status, Jordan would simply respond that he was "married to [his] music. Can I take you for coffee just to know a little bit about your life?” And when you get into life with people, doing life with people outside the church, if we are the Church, we’re not outside the church, we are the Church doin’ life with people, and then our churches start to reflect who we are in life. © 2020 WWB Holdings, LLC. From the very beginning of their marriage, divorce was never an option, and through bumps, failures and pain, they're more solid in this belief than ever. Do you think that the division among humans, like the divides, you think that’s getting worse? Church kid raised, sittin’ on a piano from the time, I mean, I was one of those kids that anytime the church doors were open, I was there. What do we do when we… How do we live together? Mark: Okay. I’m gonna write your favorite line, whatever it is, from “Mary, Did You Know,” and you’ll get that one, like, “When she kissed her little baby, she kissed the face of God.” That’s probably my favorite.
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