In this episode, Candice shares her thoughts on why it's important for Black feminist Christianity to be rooted in grace and prophetic rage. Additionally, she discusses church folk being mean to Meagan Good and Beth Moore's "interesting" evangelical pivot.
Candice talks with criminal justice activist and CNN commentator Van Jones about his new show, "The Redemption Project". She also discusses Jakes Divinity School, a theological institution created by Bishop TD Jakes, and the life and legacy of Rachel Held Evans.
“Depressed and Still Saved”: After a long hiatus from the podcast, Candice shares her mental health/wellness struggles and how she learned to integrate them into the story of her creation. Additionally, she offers insights into some of her wellness strategies while navigating a depressive episode. She also discusses the Clark Sisters drama, Russell Wilson as #BaeGoals and Donald Lawrence’s latest album, GOSHEN.
“A Slice of Community”: This week, Candice discusses Joshua Harris’ new documentary “I Survived ‘I Kissed Dating Goodbye’”, John Gray’s Lamborghini purchase, her neighbor’s 3am house party, her viral pound cake and the lessons they all teach us about accountability and ethical formation.
“We Are Already Free”: In this first episode of the podcast, Candice recalls her journey to Red Lip Theology and why believing in freedom is the first -and most important- step. She also discusses the recent Progressive Black Church vs. Michelle Obama Facebook scuffle, offers Chance the Rapper some reading suggestions for his bible reading sabbatical and reflects on why her heart has been with Michelle Williams all week.