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Get uplifted and inspired through our Juneteenth resources, Rasool Berry’s “Where Ya From?” podcast, and our ever-growing VOICES Collection of publications.
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Where Ya From? Podcast

Where Ya From? explores the intersection of faith & culture, sharing inspiring stories of guests whose personal experiences led them to impactful work. Join us to build empathy and understanding through engaging conversations.

Moral Leadership and Personal Convictions with Russell Moore

How do we know when something is the right thing to do? Join us as we explore how Dr. Russell Moore’s strong seed of faith and biblical knowledge has provided him with the firm foundation needed to navigate complex ethical and leadership issues throughout his ministry.

Facing Trials and Finding My Voice with Chriscynethia Floyd

Even though we know God always has a plan for us, it’s not always the easiest thing to trust. Hear Chriscynethia Floyd’s story of trusting the different journeys, triumphs, and trials God led her through.

Your Desires, God’s Plan with Katara Washington Patton

What does it mean to “navigate the blues” with Christ as the center? Join us as we hear Katara Washington Patton’s journey of realization that her faith in the Lord can still co-exist with the feelings of grief, struggles, and seeking out mental health resources.

A View From the Other Side with Vince Bantu

Vince Bantu knew God called him into ministry, but he first needed to learn a thing or two. This desire for knowledge led him on a journey of reconciling his background and culture with what he thought the Christian life was, and a passion for understanding how context, culture, and racial justice influence the way we go about sharing Christianity with others. It wasn’t until he discovered early church traditions and teachings outside of Europe that he found the missing puzzle piece in the conversation.
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Juneteenth Resources

The story of Juneteenth highlights how hope has endured from 1865 to today. In doing so, it paints an important picture of God’s redemptive freedom for the discouraged and hopeful, Black and White, skeptics and saints.

Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom Documentary

Watch the award-winning documentary from Our Daily Bread Media that tells the story of Juneteenth and highlights how hope has endured from 1865 to the present.
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Freedom for All Devotionals

Learn about Juneteenth’s deep faith roots and be encouraged by God’s message of liberation for all with this Our Daily Bread Special Edition devotional.
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Juneteenth Documentary Soundtrack

Celebrate the struggles, triumphs, and faith of Black Americans past and present with powerful music from Lecrae, Sho Baraka, Lucius Hoskins, and more.
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Where Ya From? Juneteenth Episode

The award-winning director of Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom, explains how his tale led him to understand that people need to see stories that reflect real life.
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VOICES Collection

For centuries, we have fought to be seen, heard, and known, but the Lord has always been there. VOICES amplifies the strengths, struggles, and courageous faith of Black image bearers of God.

Navigating the Blues

Struggling with anxiety or depression? In Navigating the Blues, award-winning author Katara Washington Patton shares her own mental health journey while offering hope through practical instruction and godly wisdom.
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Share Your Voice

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Sho Baraka

Artist, Author

Sho Baraka is an internationally known recording artist and speaker. He’s the highlighted artist on the “Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom” soundtrack.

Joyce Dinkins

Writer, Editor
Dinkins served as the first Executive Editor of VOICES and oversaw the publication of the VOICES books and devotionals that were created in that time. She continues to contribute to VOICES, while also serving as the director of Publishing in Color which exists to increase the number of books published by spiritual writers of color.