Poverty and Protest - With Guest Co-Host Bonnie Rambob - 123

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Poverty and protest: let’s fight poverty not the poor. That’s a message Jeff, Allen, and Bonnie find so central to their faith, two of them joined MLK and Rev. Barber’s Poor People’s Campaign, risking arrest to speak it. In this episode, hear about the intersections between that story, the way communities of faith misconstrue the poor, whether or not some things are “earned” (including unearned income and healthcare), Capitalism and church, protest, the military industrial complex, ecological devastation, racism, prosperity gospel, the prophetic tradition, discipleship and more, followed by a hilarious round of three preachers “Jesus Juking.”

Poverty and Protest Conversation (01:37)

Jesus Juke Segment (55:10)

RELEVANT LINKS

From Our Conversation on Poverty and Protest

From Our Jesus Juke Segment

CORRECTIONS

Bonnie wanted to add that there were people in her former context who did organize and worked hard to establish a homeless sheltering program in the Placerville area. Under the leadership of a wonderful pastor, the SDA Church in Camino offered their fellowship hall as a sheltering space. They continue to be faith-based social justice leaders in that community.

THANK YOU

Thank you to Bonnie Rambob for joining our conversation this week. Bonnie is the co-pastor at Parkside Community Church. Bonnie has also served the Congregational Church of San Mateo as Transitional Minister for Intergenerational Education. As a graduate of Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, she offers expertise in multi-faith leadership, the spirituality of children, process theology and church organizational structure. Drawing from her fundamentalist Christian background, she co-leads several outreach ministries to those spiritual travelers who are migrating out of fundamentalist Christianity.

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CREDITS

Intro and Outro music created by Mike Golin.

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