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Living Reconciled

Mission Mississippi

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Living Reconciled, hosted by Mission Mississippi, is a podcast dedicated to exploring reconciliation and the Gospel that enables us to live it out. Mission Mississippi has been leading the way in racial reconciliation in Mississippi for 30 years. Our model is to bring people together to build relationships across racial lines so they can work together to better their communities. Our mission is to encourage and demonstrate grace in the Body of Christ across racial lines so that communities t ...
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When we look at each other what do we see? Everyone wants to be seen beyond the skin surface. As followers of Christ, how do we engage each other beyond the outer layers of connection? In this episode, we focus on how to see the other with clearer lens. Support the Show. Bonus content on YouTube: Weekly Devotionals Follow us on... Facebook Instagra…
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On our show today, Brian, Austin, and Neddie speak with Dr. Chad Hunsberger, who shares his incredible journey from growing up in a ministry-focused household to becoming the founder of the Timothy Project and the lead pastor at Colonial Heights Baptist Church. We discuss the origin story of the Timothy Project, its value to leaders across the sout…
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Jesus identifies two types of fathers, and he discusses their nature. His framework helps us to recognize which voices we are listening to. In this episode, our focus is based on Jesus' dialogue in John 8:39-47. Support the Show. Bonus content on YouTube: Weekly Devotionals Follow us on... Facebook Instagram YouTube…
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Join us as we discuss the power of prayer in reconciliation with Brian, Neddie, and Austin! This episode's conversation reveals how Mission Mississippi turns to a deep-rooted prayer life to drive transformative relationships and healing. We journey through moments in history where prayer bridged the deepest of divides, and contemplate its powerful …
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We have five areas of reconciliation that we focus on: Reconciliation with God, Reconciliation in Marriage, Reconciliation in Families, Reconciliation with the Brethren, and Reconciliation amongst Ethnicities. What do these mean? How we understand reconciliation affects how we carry out this mission. In this episode, we discuss an overview of why w…
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Join Brian and Neddie for an episode that's both at times weighty and lighthearted as they are joined by their good friend from up north, Dr. Glenn Barth. The guys discuss a variety of topics from addressing homelessness to nurturing leadership within urban ministries, revealing how friendship and collaboration are the heartbeats of effective commu…
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How does one truly live a reconciled life within the dynamic tapestry of Christian duty and neighborly love? Neddie Winters, Austin Hoyle, and Brian Crawford unravel this profound conundrum, grounding our exchange in the scriptural wisdom of Romans 13:8-10. As we navigated the passage, Neddie eloquently presents it as the ultimate law of relationsh…
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Our vision is "The Offended Restores the Offender." What does this mean? Shouldn't the person who causes the hurt be the one doing the restoration? How we navigate offense is related to how God has loved us and who he has made us to be. In this episode, we discuss our vision and what it means for us to be the offended and offending parties. Support…
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This episode takes you through Sam Bolen’s inspiring journey in his role as the Executive Director of the Jackson Leadership Foundation (JLF). Our enriching conversation delves into the critical work of JLF, which stands not just as an organization but as a beacon, empowering leaders and ministries to uplift and change the fabric of communities in …
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Our mission is to educate and train followers of Jesus Christ on how to love biblical unity, live out reconciliation, and lead conversations amongst one another. When there's hurt and offense, talking about it can be hard. There's vulnerability, uncertainty, and feelings involved. We need the courage to lean in and not back away. How do we do this?…
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Ever found yourself mindlessly scrolling through your social media feed and wondering how it's shaping your world view? Our latest episode brings Chrissy Sanders into the mix, a social marketing dynamo with a ministry heart, to unpack the complexities of digital discipleship. Chrissy's insights illuminate the power of narrative in bridging divides …
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Have you ever wondered how service and love can literally transform a neighborhood? David and Amy Lancaster's journey with We Will Go Ministries is a profound example of this transformation in action. Moving into the heart of downtown Jackson, Mississippi, they've turned faith into service, providing everything from food distribution to after-schoo…
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Our mission is to educate and train followers of Jesus Christ on how to love biblical unity, live out reconciliation, and lead conversations amongst one another. There are a lot of things in life that would love to help shape our identity, but who or what really has the power to do that? Is it us? People around us? What we do? In this episode, we d…
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In our latest episode of "Living Reconciled," Brian Crawford, Austin Hoyle, and Neddie Winters, delve into the profound connections between Black History and the Christian call to reconciliation. Throughout our discussion, we underscore the year-round significance of Black History, reflecting on the foundational work of Dr. Carter G. Woodson, who i…
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Our mission is to educate and train followers of Jesus Christ on how to love biblical unity, live out reconciliation, and lead conversations amongst one another. God has a particular plan and vision for unity. In this episode, we discuss how it differs from the world's definition of unity and how unity isn't really about us. Support the Show. Bonus…
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In this episode of The Living Reconciled Podcast, host Austin Hoyle sits down with Rev. Bruce Case, pastor of St. Luke United Methodist in Jackson. Bruce shares his journey from the early days of integration in Brookhaven, Mississippi, to his current role in leading reconciling efforts in the United Methodist Church. Through personal anecdotes and …
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Have you ever wondered how the seeds of hope can sprout from the soil of despair? Our latest episode features Dr. Dolphus Weary, whose life narrative is an inspiring testament to the power of the Gospel in perseverance and transformation. Raised in the grip of poverty and racism in Mississippi, Dr. Weary's vow to leave and never return evolved into…
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Why Be Reconciled? With multiple events that pop up in the news over the years concerning disunity and dissension in our society, how should the church respond? Meet the Be Reconciled Team and listen in as they share why reconciliation should be a lifestyle for Jesus followers and not just a buzzword when an event pops up in the news. Support the S…
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Brian and Austin take a look at Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and their current role in the workplace and university. Our discussion weaves through the spectrum of viewpoints, looking at the goals and both the potential benefits and pitfalls. The guys close the episode advocating for a compassionate conversation within the Christian commun…
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It's not every day you get to hear the raw and emotional trials of leading a congregation through change or the reality of outreach efforts that come with their own set of challenges. Together with Pastor Scott, we unravel these experiences, revealing the sometimes complex dance of leadership and racial tensions, and the profound moments that can r…
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Discover the enduring power of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail" as Brian, Austin, and Neddie journey through the historical and emotional landscape that gave rise to this pivotal document in the civil rights movement. The guys discuss the strategic genius behind King's choice of Birmingham for his campaign, and the deep Ch…
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In this episode we dig into our theme for the new year, "Living Reconciled By Loving Our Neighbors Well" and cast new light on the timeless question, "Who is my neighbor?" The parable of the Good Samaritan teaches us that unexpected kindness is not just a virtue, but a necessity for a world craving reconciliation. We discuss how loving beyond our c…
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We turned the tables and invited T.J. Tennison, Lead Pastor at Crossway Church in Vicksburg, MS to interview Brian Crawford, president of Mission Mississippi and regular host of Living Reconciled. Brian was asked this episode to discuss his journey during the initial eight months of his tenure. Alongside the wisdom of Neddie Winters and Austin, we …
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We're joined by TJ Tennison, lead pastor of Crossway Church in Vicksburg, MS! We discuss TJ's personal testimony and story of faith in Christ and the intersection of that story with his beautiful family including his daughter who is another ethnicity. We reflect on the life-changing story of Brooklyn, whose adoption became a pivotal moment in the l…
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Can we find real joy amid the glitter and hustle of the holiday season? Brian, Austin, and Neddie, explore the role of joy in Christmas and the Christian life in this latest installment of the Living Reconciled podcast. In this episode we reveal how Scripture sees joy and how the giving, the food, the fun, and the fellowship flows out of the joy we…
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Are you feeling overwhelmed by the pressure of the holidays or constantly comparing yourself to others and feeling inadequate? Join Brian, Neddie and Austin for a honest conversation about envy and comparison, two joy thieves, especially during Christmas. They discuss the often hidden impact of envy, how it can rob us of our joy, lead us astray fro…
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Ever wonder how a philosopher, lawyer, and devout Christian grapples with reconciliation? Enter our special guest, Dean John Anderson, the Dean of the School of Law at Mississippi College, who opens up about his journey from his California upbringing to his philosophical and legal education, and his eventual embrace of faith in Jesus Christ. His un…
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Join us as we illuminate the life and career of Camille Young, a principal at Cornerstone Government Affairs. Camille's passion for reconciliation, driven by her profound faith, has been the anchor of her nearly three-decade career in government affairs. Camille has proven that honesty, respect, and dignity are the greatest expressions of God's lov…
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Ever wonder how deep, authentic friendships are formed and sustained? The type of friendships that enrich life, challenge your beliefs, encourage personal growth, and rekindle your faith in humanity? Join Brian and Austin as they interview six men who over three years journeyed from complete strangers to the closest friends - Phil Schank, Ray Sears…
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Brian sits down with members of his church's leadership team to discuss the origins of their local church and the joys, challenges, and lessons they've learned along the way. Listen in as they discuss how to ensure the reality of differences never trumps the power of Christ's grace. Special thanks to our sponsors: Atmos Energy, Regions Foundation, …
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Tune in to Episode 28 of "Living Reconciled” with your hosts, Brian and Austin, as they delve into the upcoming breakout sessions at the Living Reconciled Celebration scheduled for October 26th. This episode unpacks a wide spectrum of topics, from navigating reconciliation in the workplace to igniting community movements, fostering diverse friendsh…
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In this episode of Living Reconciled, Brian sits down on the campus of Mississippi Delta Community College to chat with local campus minister, Josh Warren. Josh leads the campus Baptist Student Union at MDCC and carries an incredible passion for the Gospel and reconciliation. Josh is on a mission to share the Gospel, foster connections among a dive…
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In this episode, hosts Brian, Neddie, and Austin are joined by a very special guest, Sybil Winters Little, who also happens to be Neddie's daughter. They embark on a journey through Sybil's life, first exploring her unique upbringing in a household where her father actively pursued Christian reconciliation across racial boundaries. Then, the discus…
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In this episode of "Living Reconciled," our hosts Brian, Austin, and Neddie are joined by Felicia Bowens. Together, we delve into the details of the upcoming Living Reconciled Celebration event, scheduled for October 26th. At the celebration, there are thought-provoking panels, tackling crucial topics such as the next generation of leaders of recon…
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In this episode of "Living Reconciled," hosts Austin, Brian, and Neddie engage in a captivating conversation with Donavan Thigpen, a musician, minister, and family man deeply committed to his faith, music, and The Gospel. His rich gospel music lineage comes to life as he discusses how it has influenced his musical journey and unique style. Reflecti…
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In this episode, Brian and Austin speak with Duane Higgason, a dedicated advocate for dismantling racial barriers in Mississippi. Duane shares pivotal moments that inspired his mission, including the ministries of Grace Temple Church in Hattiesburg with its intentional multi-ethnic approach. He reflects on overcoming challenges in promoting Christi…
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Brian, Neddie, and Austin are in Tupelo, MS this week interviewing Tillman Calvert. Tillman is a retired insurance agent and active pastor who is extremely passionate for reconciliation. We sit down with Tillman to discuss his transition from insurance to shepherding, his ministry work in the rural context, and his longtime commitment to reconcilia…
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In this episode of "Living Reconciled," your hosts Austin and Brian delve into the heart of reconciliation work within the city of Jackson, Mississippi. Joining them is Van Hardin, the Missions Pastor of Fondren Church. Van brings his wealth of experience and insight to the table, sharing his profound journey as the Missions Pastor and his involvem…
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In this episode, Brian is in Atlanta and interviewing St. Louis, MO natives, Kenny Petty and Michael Byrd. These urban missionaries describe their journey of faith, their passion for the ministry in the urban context, and the challenges that sometimes accompany that ministry. Byrd and Petty also discuss their experiences in diverse spaces and the r…
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In this episode of Living Reconciled, hosts Brian, Neddie, and Austin engage in an insightful conversation with special guests CJ Rhodes and Sheree Tynes. With CJ's roles as Pastor, chaplain, and Mission Mississippi board chair, and Sheree's faithfulness and position as vice-chair of Mission Mississippi’s board, both guests bring a wealth of experi…
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Welcome to the "Living Reconciled" podcast. Join our hosts Brian, Austin, and Neddie, as we take you through the history of Mission Mississippi, celebrating 30 years of breaking down racial divisions and looking ahead to the next 20 years of impact. Join their engaging conversation as they explore how Mission Mississippi has bridged communities, an…
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On this episode of the Living Reconciled Podcast, Brian, Neddie, and Austin have the privilege of interviewing Chanda Roby, President of REAL Christian Foundation, as she shares insights on Christian forgiveness, reconciliation, and the important work of her non-profit. She explains how REAL Christian Foundation focuses on coming alongside rural ch…
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Join Brian and Neddie (see you next week, Austin!) as they welcome special guest, Marray Harris! Marray is a Senior Manager of Process Improvement at University of Mississippi Medical Center and a longtime member of the multiethnic church, Redeemer Church of Jackson. We sit down with Marray to discuss his story of salvation, his commitment to racia…
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In this episode, Brian, Neddie, and Austin, interview Felicia Bowens, the Executive Assistant to The President of Mission Mississippi. Felicia recently defended her doctoral dissertation in Human Capital Development, and we discuss her work at Mission Mississippi, her research, and her faith. With a strong commitment to bridging divides, she shares…
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Join Brian, Neddie, and Austin as we discuss mob culture, silencing, deplatforming, canceling, and everything in between. We discuss the problems with people rising up for the sole purpose of condemning, deplatforming, and destroying the livelihood of someone without regard for grace, mercy, restoration, and healing. This phenomenon has gained a lo…
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Welcome to Living Reconciled, a podcast hosted by Neddie Winters, Brian Crawford, and Austin Hoyle. In this episode, we delve into the transformative skill of listening, exploring its profound impact on relationship building within the context of family and friend gatherings over the Fourth of July. Join us as we navigate the intricacies of communi…
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Join Brian and Austin as we host our two special and good, good, good friends Stacey Miller and Wade Phillips , co-leaders of the Meridian Chapter for Mission Mississippi. Every July since 2003, Meridian has hosted a Reconciliation Celebration Week. Tune in to hear how Wade and Stacey got started in the work of reconciliation and how the city of Me…
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Join us for Episode 11 as Mission Mississippi President, Brian Crawford, interviews Dhati Lewis, Lead Pastor of Blueprint Church in Atlanta, GA and Founder and President of MyBLVD. Brian and Dhati discuss his life, his reconciliation work as Blueprint pastor and MyBLVD president, and his book, Advocates. Special thanks to our sponsors: Atmos Energy…
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June 8th, 2023 marks the 60th anniversary of the assassination of Medgar Evers. Join Brian, Neddie, and Austin as they explore the significance of Evers’ death and the impact his life had on the need for spiritual strength in the work of reconciliation. Special thanks to our sponsors: Atmos Energy, Regions Foundation, Brown Missionary Baptist Churc…
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This week we welcome special guest Candi Crawford to discuss Mental Health and the work of reconciliation between races. Candi shares her recent research on the implications for counselors and educators of racial differences in the expression of mental illness. Particularly, we have illuminating discussion surrounding trauma derived from personal a…
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