Life In The Gray
Can A Woman Be A Pastor? (Part 2)

Can A Woman Be A Pastor? (Part 2)

June 5, 2019

Continuing the discussion from our last episode, Luther and Michelle weigh in their thoughts on what Derrick and special guest Marina LaRusso shared regarding women in ministry. We also expand the conversation by discussing whether or not women should have authority over men in the workplace and the home.

* Thank you Salento Coffee of West Palm Beach for making the best Columbian Coffee in the area and for sponsoring our last few episodes. 

Can A Woman Be A Pastor? (Part 1)

Can A Woman Be A Pastor? (Part 1)

May 22, 2019

We deep dive into the historical context of Scripture to examine women's roles in the church, where our differing conclusions divide "The Gray." Joining the discussion is special guest Marina LaRusso, who is passionate about this topic.

Why The Hell Should I Stop Cussing?

Why The Hell Should I Stop Cussing?

May 8, 2019

Did biblical authors cuss? Should we be mindful of our word choices? We discuss the differences between cursing, cussing, and swearing, and why making such distinctions are helpful. Plus, we learn each others' favorite go-to cuss word.

Does Christian Music Suck?

Does Christian Music Suck?

April 24, 2019

If God is creative, then why is our worship of Him through music often formulaic, repetitive, and unoriginal? Is there even such a thing as "Christian" music? Are there any Christians making good music today? Michelle rejoins us to share her perspective as a worship leader and music lover.

Disagree with our music preferences? No sweat! Keep in mind that these are our opinions. 

How Is Our Worship Music Culturally Different?

How Is Our Worship Music Culturally Different?

April 10, 2019

We found an unreleased episode from the archives of our early days as a podcast. Luther and Derrick give their perspectives on the differences between "black" and "white" worship music. Michelle will be back next episode to share her thoughts on worship music and the relationship of Christianity with the arts.

Race In America: Audience Responses (LIVE)

Race In America: Audience Responses (LIVE)

March 27, 2019

In our final installment of our 'LIVE In The Gray' event, we give the audience an opportunity to respond to all that was said, and ask tough questions regarding race in a gracious atmosphere.

 

* Derrick references a statistic that approximately 80% of white, Conservative Evangelicals voted for Trump. When Derrick vaguely refers to the "80%" this is what he is referencing. 

Race In America: What The Church Can Do (LIVE)

Race In America: What The Church Can Do (LIVE)

March 20, 2019

Before we hear from the audience next week, enjoy this bonus episode from our recent 'LIVE In The Gray' event. We were intentional about hosting this at a church, because we believe the church can and should be a part of racial healing and reconciliation.

Thank you to the Bridge Church in West Palm Beach, FL for being brave enough to be such a voice.

Race In America: A Heart-Felt Discussion (LIVE)

Race In America: A Heart-Felt Discussion (LIVE)

March 13, 2019

Have you ever wanted to ask someone of a different race a tough question but were afraid to? Join us as we discuss the pros and cons of race labels, white guilt, black prejudice, and what we appreciate about each other's cultures.

Recorded at our first 'Live In The Gray' event, held at the Bridge Church in West Palm Beach, FL. Sponsored by IV His Glory Clothing.

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Audience Responses Coming Soon...

 

Does The Internet Make You An Expert?

Does The Internet Make You An Expert?

February 27, 2019

Michelle's got a rant a long time coming about the blessings and curses of the Internet. Plus we have some fun by looking up each other on Google.

Is It Really Better To Give Than Receive?

Is It Really Better To Give Than Receive?

February 13, 2019

Sorry folks, this one's not about finances. Instead, we discuss giving and receiving as it relates to our time and talents in the local church. Derrick and Luther take opposing sides, providing a healthy dialogue that seeks to evaluate the pros and cons of church service.