Becoming Bridge Builders

We live in a world where at times the negativity and hopelessness around us keep us in a dark place. This podcast is designed to discover ways to build bridges between the rivers of division and misunderstanding. The focus will be on racial healing and reconciliation. To accomplish this enormous task I will introduce knowledgeable guests to address the issues in the black and other ethnic communities that most people are not aware of or don't completely understand. Only truth can build the bridge to wholeness. We will tackle tough topics and issues with truth and optimism. Hosted by B. Keith Haney.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 36m. Bisher sind 56 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 9 hours 45 minutes


episode 56: Human Rights Abuses and Forced Organ Harvesting

Investigative reporter Mitchell Gerber has spent his career shedding the light on the ongoing human rights abuses perpetrated by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).  We discuss that the CCP has been forcefully harvesting the organs of hundreds of thousands of innocent people for profit in Communist state-mandated hospitals and concentration camps throughout the country for decades, as western media has remained questionably silent...



episode 53: A Deep Dive Into Critical Race Theory, Part 2

This is the second part of an interview with Bradley Mason on Critical Race Theory.  We clear up some misconceptions and peel back another layer in this crucial conversation.

Join the Racial Healing movement
You can donate to the cause of racial healing. Sign up to support this podcast.

Support the show (



episode 52: A Conversation about Critical Race Theory, Anti-Racism and Mutual Accountability

The conversation of Critical race theory, anti-racism, and intersectionality continues.  However, my guest Dr. Yancey shares with us a new approach to having a fruitful conversation.   My Guest today is  Dr. George Yancey, a professor of sociology at Baylor University and the author of numerous books, with an academic interest in race relations and anti-Christian attitudes in the United States.  Concerning racial issues, Dr...



episode 51: It's Time to Lead With Courage and Boldness

A timely discussion about the reality of Christians and the Christian church in the 21st-century. This will be a take-off gloves conversation between two veteran Christian leaders in America. This discussion will be about race, social ills, and what it’s going to take to bring things back to the center in the name of Jesus. My guest is Amos O. Gray. Amos O. Gray holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree and has an intense desire to empower and connect the youth of today to their purpose in life...


 2021-08-24  46m

episode 50: Issues Impacting Race in the Nation and the Church

We are losing the ability to have a conversation about how we solve the issues impacting our society today.  In this podcast, you have two black guys from different political ideologies talking about faith, the church, and policies impacting the black community.  My guest is Jay Ware.  Jay is a community activist in Rockford Illinois. Jay is a member of the local NAACP, serves on the Mental Health Board, and the Mayors Community Relations Commission...


 2021-08-17  41m

episode 49: A Discussion About Police and Justice Reform in America

 In a news article by Vanessa Vallejo. Co-editor-in-chief of El American. Economist, in 2020 homicides in Portland was 55, the most murders in the city in 26 years. Homicides from July 2020, after cuts were made to the Police budget, through February of this year, were up 270.6% over the same period last year. In the first two months of 2021 alone, Portland reported 17 murders...


 2021-08-10  26m

episode 48: Is God’s Truth Relevant in a Politically Correct Culture?

My guest Rev. Stephen Hower shares his story and discusses his new book. Man In The Middle is an appeal for the natural knowledge of God, referred to as “Self-Evident Truth” in the Declaration of Independence & conscience in public dialogue.  This book tackles the question of the day for believers.  Is God’s Truth Relevant in a Politically Correct Culture? 

Join the Racial Healing movement
You can donate to the cause of racial healing. Sign up to support this podcast...


 2021-08-03  45m

episode 47: A Conversation on Critical Race Theory with Dr. Peter Scaer

The discussion on Critical Race Theory continues.  Critical Race Theory is being lived out by playing into identity politics and group rights.  For Critical Theory to succeed, there has to be a powerful and pervasive state run by a ruling class.  
My guest today is Dr. Peter Scaer. Dr. Scaer did his undergraduate work in the Classics at Indiana University Bloomington. From there he went on to Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN (M.Div...


 2021-07-27  57m

episode 46: The Critical Role of the Traditional Family Structure

The breakdown of the black family is a sensitive topic, though it's not new and it's not in dispute. Nor is there any doubt that African-American children would be better off living with their married parents. Kids who grow up in households headed by a single mother are far more likely than others to be poor, quit school, get pregnant as teens and end up in jail. But these facts were once inflammatory...


 2021-07-20  38m

episode 45: Understanding the Impact of Gang Life and Culture

Larger communities are at the greatest risk of significant gang activity, and community members face heightened fear that they, their families, schools, or businesses, will become victims of theft and/or violence. While many only see gangs and gang activity from the negative perspective of the economic and crime impact on communities there is more to the story...


 2021-07-13  38m