This conversation with Cheryl Bridges Johns is rich and deep. If you haven’t found her already, you need to listen. Dr. Johns serves in the Robert E. Fisher Chair of Spiritual Renewal at Pentecostal Theological Seminary. She carries the fire of a Pentecostal and the heart of a social activist. What humbles and inspires us most is that with thousands of Twitter followers and a national platform, she so graciously gives her time to anyone ready for a serious conversation about what it means to see the Kingdom come. Thanks, Cheryl, for a great discussion!
Cheryl Bridges Johns
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