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This week's interview is with our good friend, Paige Cuthbertson, a missionary in the Ivory Coast in West Africa. We discuss her journey from salvation as a young girl and fighting God's will to eventually serving as a Pastor's wife on the other side of the world. We talk the difficulties of living in a third-world country while also rejoicing in t…
 
A report published by US-based the World Peace Foundation stresses the looming famine disaster in Ethiopia's Tigray if the fighting does not stop. Since the first foray into the Tigray by the Ethiopian government in Addis Ababa back in November, the following months have seen an entirely man-made humanitarian crisis unfold. This report documents ho…
 
In a world powered by social media, deceit runs rampant, not only in modeling, influencers, and the fitness industry, but in local churches as well. In this episode we discuss how churches portray themselves online and the pitfalls created by social media. Behind all the benefits of social media lies a much, much darker world. Take the Coffee: http…
 
A recent report released by the Nigeria-based Global Rights organisation, entitled 'Mass Atrocities 2020 Tracking' states 4,556 people were killed in 2020 between January and December. That's a 43% jump from the number of casualties in 2019. Of that number, 3,188 were civilians, and 698 were state security agents. Borno state in the North East had …
 
We hope you enjoy this week's episode with Dr. Alton Beal, the president of Ambassador Baptist College and mayor of Lattimore. He has had a huge impact on both of our lives and is a big part of the reason why we are in ministry today. We hope that his unique journey will both bless you and encourage you in your walk with God as you seek His will. Y…
 
The use of technology has been a hot topic recently especially in light of the world-wide pandemic that we have lived through this past year +. In this episode we discuss the pros and cons of TVs, Social Media, Live-streaming and other technological advances that have changed our world and our churches. The Insanity of God: https://www.amazon.com/I…
 
“Not compatible with life...” What would you think if someone described your unborn child with those words? Join us this week as we interview Dan and Kelly Bishop on Take the Coffee and learn from their journey through the valley of the shadow of death. This episode is a departure from our normal upbeat attitude, but through this almost two hour lo…
 
In this week’s episode we’ll be visiting a dark moment in the history of Niger. It's a moment that few talk about. yet alone know about. Known as the Voulet-Chanoine mission, it was led by captain Paul Voulet in 1898. in just a few months, he spearheaded a campaign of terror as he made his way towards lake chad, in an effort to unite all of france’…
 
We have had a surprising lack of controversy on our podcast so we decided to create some! We "debate" our beliefs on the job description of the youth pastor in the modern-day local church in order to answer a question posed all the way back in our very first episode at the beginning of our journey through this podcast. What is a youth pastor as def…
 
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), which came into effect at the beginning of the year, has been heralded as a major step in increasing intra-continental trade with the potential to stimulate growth, industrialisation and generate an additional $450 billion for African countries by 2035. But connectivity issues, including weak transp…
 
Join us for our interview with Pastor TJ's former pastor as well as Christian school principle. His incredible life story from pastor's kid to business man to missionary and eventually a pastor in Indiana. Pastor Elliott has a lot to offer, and this episode will be an encouragement to anyone who listens. BONUS material: TJ's Senior Night Heroics. T…
 
Warning: This episode contains unbridled excitement to serve God! Listen to how God guided Haley even from a young age to Bible College and eventually to full-time ministry! From the mountain-top highs to the deepest, darkest valleys, Haley has remained focused on her Savior to pull her through. Take the Coffee: https://takethecoffee.buzzsprout.com…
 
Biden has also rescinded the Visa Ban that has caused so much suffering for African students and their families. But on the big picture questions: the relationship with China, the investment in African security challenges, the way in which the US uses its economic weight to extract political concessions from African regimes, will there be any chang…
 
Join us for an exciting episode with Pastor Ethan's wife, Jill Ryan, and hear how God led her from a promising basketball career to laboring in a local church ministry. In this episode, you will get to hear her perspective of what it's like being a youth pastor's wife serving full-time as well as being a mom and home-maker! Take the Coffee: https:/…
 
January 25 2020 marks the ten year anniversary of Egypt’s revolution in 2011. It put in motion an end to the 29-year rule of Hosni Mubarak. But looking back to the start of those unprecedented protests, was it all in naught or did some good come out of it? In this podcast, we'll explore those questions from three Egyptians who all participated in t…
 
We hope you enjoy our interview with Michael Deatrick and pay close attention to how God used different events and people to get a hold of his life to plant a church in the far reaches of this earth. His testimony and call to ministry ought to invoke some introspection as we seek out God's perfect will for our lives. The Deatrick's Missions page: h…
 
In this episode, we discuss both the merits and drawbacks of two of our favorite activities! Camp and missions trips! We love both, but we do discuss some of the harder parts of each, but we don't leave out the immense benefits that we and our teens have learned from such activities. Camp Joy - https://www.campjoy.org Origami Pour-over https://www.…
 
Nigeria's turbulent and hamstrung history has plenty to tell us about the current malaise. And, as says writer Maya Angelou, "If you don't know where you have come from, you don't know where you are going." That is what Nigerian authors Feyi Fawehinmi and Fola Fagbule had in mind when they wrote Formation: The Making Of Nigeria from Jihad to Amalga…
 
This episode with Daniel LaPradd illustrates the life changing power of the Gospel as well the struggles with sin even after salvation. Listen now to how God's love, mercy, and forgiveness can change hearts and lives in this dark world. Stick with us till the end to hear our favorite gas station coffee as well as some weird coffees we've had. North…
 
While we don't normally talk doctrine and standards, we felt the necessity to cover it here because of the huge impact it has on church ministry. Get our take and perhaps share with us what you believe and steps you may have taken in your own personal lives. Also stick till the end to hear our coffee shop horror stories and disappointments! Take th…
 
A not so short episode on the various brewing methods available to you! We will talk things we like, things we don't like, and of course the methods that we ourselves use as home. We wish you a Happy New Year and we hope you'll let us be a part of your 2021. Take the Coffee: https://takethecoffee.buzzsprout.com Take the Coffee Facebook: https://www…
 
Our second Espresso Shot episode, this one, giving a brief overview of the process a coffee bean must go through so that you can enjoy your favorite cup of coffee. Merry Christmas! Take the Coffee: https://takethecoffee.buzzsprout.com Take the Coffee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/takethecoffeepodcast Email: takethecoffeepodcast@gmail.com…
 
Join us for a powerful episode on grace and forgiveness with one of Pastor Ethan's personal heroes! You don't want to miss out on this episode as we talk overcoming pain, abuse, and betrayal even in a setting where one should feel the most safe. Bible Baptist Kingsport - https://biblebaptistkpt.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BibleBaptistKP…
 
A surge of attacks linked to Zimbabwe's growing artisanal mining sector, has killed hundreds of miners. In this week's Talking Africa podcast, we speak to Piers Pigou, one of the authors of the International Crisis Group has just published a report called 'All That Glitters is Not Gold: Turmoil in Zimbabwe’s Mining Sector' that delves into illicit …
 
This week on Take the Coffee, Pastors Ethan and TJ discuss the fun side of ministry, including their own hobbies and recreational activities. In our coffee spot we talk about our favorite "specialty" coffees! Take the Coffee: https://takethecoffee.buzzsprout.com Take the Coffee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/takethecoffeepodcast Email: takethec…
 
In this takeover episode, Ohenaba Ama Nti Osei speaks to leading Nigerian banker and CEO, Toyin Sanni. From her early days in the industry, to the battles and challenges that made her grow, Sanni has straddled both worlds, from Group CEO at one of Nigeria's largest investment banks, to founder of a new venture, Emerging Capital Africa. From the ins…
 
Join us for this week's episode with pastor and church planter Nick Stelzig. We'll discuss the difficulties of starting a church in the midst of a pandemic as well as the lessons learned throughout. As always stick around for the coffees we have been enjoying. Community Baptist Church: https://www.churchlawrence.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com…
 
Join us as we seek answers for why so many young people leave the church or have no desire to serve in their local churches. We will talk about the battles we face involving the youth of today and the things we try to do to combat them in our own local churches. Find out where our favorite hang outs are and where we run to get coffee. p.s. Hang out…
 
What is next after Côte d'Ivoire's elections? President Ouattara was comfortably re-elected; but with the opposition claiming constitutional foul, and ex-Premier Guillaume Soro calling for a mutiny in the army, things are fragile. A wide-ranging conversation with Ivorian development expert Eric Kacou about the pressing need for political dialogue a…
 
Join us for our interview with Colton Lee, evangelist and founder of Project Everywhere. Finish off with our Caffeine Spot in which we reveal all of our favorite coffees which we enjoyed this week. PROJECT EVERYWHERE: https://www.coltonwyattlee.com/project-everywhere Project Everywhere Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProjectEverywhere/ Take the …
 
In episode 1, Pastors Ethan and TJ answer many of the same questions that they will ask of their guests! Listen now for a peek into their life and ministry and the unique paths that got them there. Find out where Pastor Ethan got into third wave coffee, and what Pastor TJ's flavor of the week is! Take the Coffee: https://takethecoffee.buzzsprout.co…
 
Forces unleashed against Nigeria's #EndSARS protestors suggest panicking politicians trying to manage a modern movement with the toolkit of the 1980s. They are unlikely to get the toothpaste back in the tube. But the amorphous leadership of the movement will need to avoid getting sucked into sectarian dynamics, and get ready for a marathon not a sp…
 
As head of the Rockefeller Foundation in Africa, William Asiko is on a mission. He believes that agriculture can play a transformational role, but only when all stakeholders are playing their part. The state, unfashionable as it is, is a critical component in helping structure rural markets; and helping farmers access the value under their soil.…
 
With just a few days to go before the World Trade Organisation narrow the field of candidates from five to just two, here is a conversation with Kenya's candidate, Amina Mohamed. But in a world where economic nationalism and protectionism are the order of the day, what role for the WTO?By The Africa Report
 
Dr Nkengasong of the Africa Centres for Disease Control has become an authority over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic. While he is 'proud and pleased' of the five African countries now manufacturing diagnostic tests for Covid-19, he believes their needs to be root and branch reform of African healthcare systems.…
 
In our first episode in this new season of Talking Africa, we delve right into a juicy discussion about humanity's obsession with greed, looting and corruption, and if there's hope for a better future. How can African nations stop the looting of their natural wealth by rogue politicians and an international band of financial predators? How do you j…
 
Will political change and the pandemic force a reset of US diplomatic and security priorities – and where will Africa figure in the new order? This week on Talking Africa, we try to dissect the evolving relations and questions between Africa and the United States. Join us at www.theafricareport.com, @theafricareport, and on our Facebook page www.fa…
 
Women in power get things done says Melinda Gates; you just have to look at who has come out on top in managing the coronavirus. Moved to action by what the UN calls a 'shadow pandemic' of violence against women during lockdowns , the co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has been speaking out. She speaks to us this week on Talking A…
 
Tundu Lissu, a prominent member of Tanzania's opposition, was driving home in 2017 when gunmen sprayed his car with over 30 bullets. He barely survived, and went into exile. Now he is returning to Tanzania; but he has not lost any of his vehemence that Tanzania needs to change course, accusing President Magufuli of wanting to drag the country back …
 
The number of COVID-19 infections across Africa surpassed half a million on 8 July said the World Health Organization, as it flagged growing concern of countries in the continent experiencing a sharp rise in cases. Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, WHO director for Africa, raised the alarm bells when she added: "With more than a third of countries in Africa do…
 
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, or GERD, is due to start filling the dam in the coming weeks. Egypt has tried in vain to put the breaks on the project that it claims will negatively impact its access to water. At the start of last week, it took the matter before the UN Security Council. Meanwhile the African Union concluded after an Extraordin…
 
Today, many compare the political confrontation and economic meltdown in Zimbabwe with the position of the country a decade ago. Blighted by drought and lack of farming inputs, more than half the country’s 16 million people are food insecure, the latest version of the Zimbabwe dollar is rapidly losing its value against the us dollar and inflation i…
 
For the 14 heads of state that Tony Blair advises across the continent, the coronavirus pandemic has sharpened the need to overhaul government. But Blair also points to the need for reform at the international level; our global institutions, like the WHO, need to be re-examined to face the challenges of the 21st century.…
 
The death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers, has once again reignited the on-going fight across the United States for equality and the end of racism against the African-American community. It has also shone a spotlight on police brutality, particularly rampant against persons of colour. Are those topics relevant today across Africa? H…
 
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