Red Letter Christians – Shane Claiborne and Tony Campolo talk with author and speaker Dominique DuBois Gilliard about his book Rethinking Incarceration.
The Justice Conference’s Chasing Justice Podcast – Vickie Reddy and Tyler Burns interview Dominique DuBois Gilliard about his new book Rethinking Incarceration.
Lead Stories Podcast – Jo Saxton and Pastor Steph O’Brien interview Dominique DuBois Gilliard about his new book Rethinking Incarceration. Gilliard shares some horrifying statistics and also some hope-filled testimonies. He also provides practical ways churches can make a change. This podcast will change the way you see those who are and have been incarcerated and equip you to be part of the change.
Sea Podcast Justin McRoberts interviews Dominique DuBois Gilliard about his new book Rethinking Incarceration, and the challenges of working for justice from within the establishment.
Sitting in the Discomfort of Reconciliation Conversations – Dominique DuBois Gilliard invites us to sit In the discomfort of reconciliation conversations. (Created in friendship with www.ccda.org).
An Invitation into an Alternative Reality – Has the Gospel and the call of Christ been sanitized? Why did Jesus chose to come as a marginalized person? Dominique DuBois Gilliard speaks on reconciliation and the good news of the Gospel and the invitation into an alternative reality. (Created in friendship with www.ccda.org).
Dominique Gilliard on Lynching, the Church’s Silence & Incarnation (part 1) – RePlacing Church: Local Spirituality, Innovative Community & Social Change with Ben Katt
Dominique Gilliard on Lynching, the Church’s Silence & Incarnation (part 2) – RePlacing Church: Local Spirituality, Innovative Community & Social Change with Ben Katt
Just Relationship – Is the Church ready to do the hard work of reconciliation? Dominique DuBois Gilliard on race, reconciliation, the Gospel, and embodied right-relationship.
Our Prison Ministries Are Too Small – XT’s Quick to Listen podcast – From a numbers perspective, for every American church, there are about two people returning home from incarceration annually. Yet, just 1 in 5 churches (22%) that average 250 or more attendees have formal ministries for people leaving correctional facilities according to a LifeWay Research survey of 1,000 evangelical and mainline pastors conducted earlier this year. Many pastors just aren’t aware of how dramatically incarceration affects their congregation, says Dominique DuBois Gilliard.