Talk Radio where Spirit Matters
“The most powerful force on the planet – A soul on fire”
with Dr. Matthew V. Johnson
From Matters of Religion to Matters of Politics…Spirit Matters
Soul AFire new and urgent broadcast experience . . . Soul Afire. Soul Afire is a live talk radio program that both Inspires and Incites the personal spirit to come alive and reach for the fire within. Whether your life moves in the nests of tumbleweed against a desert dryness or flows quietly in the sanctuary of a lush foliage of a tropical riverbed, you live by the realm a claimed or neglected human spirit. Spirit Matters.
This unique talk experiences will reach issues, topics and current events vital to African American interests and quality of life from a spiritually and theologically infected perspective. It will feature regular commentary from host, Reverend Dr. Matthew V. Johnson and call-in dialogue with listeners, raising and responding to question and responses. The broadcast provides a focus to the spirit within – inspiring and helping listeners discover the best of who we are as citizens in the Diaspora and the world.
Soul AFire providing focus but does not choke out free play. Soul A’Fire creativity to replace empty and meaningless passion . . . opening a fresh deep dialogue The program hosts conversation about your spiritual well-being and examines how it informs the health and wealth of our humanity and citizenship.
Does it matter that you have a religion ? How and where does the Biblical teaching and theological form inform a system of white supremacy? How is your Blackness made more hard pressing, rather than uplifting by your religion? Your Church? How do you tell your story from within ?What do we need to survive living in a racist society ? An empty church ? An empty family ? What should we require of the Black church? How do you transmit and transpose who you are as a Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, etc? How does your religious history tells the story of your life ? How can spiritual power be used to reconnect our community to issues of justice and freedom ?