Summary: The Freed4Love podcast, hosted by Chip & Terri Freed, is a conversation about loving beyond boundaries. Don’t you wish the walls of division could be torn down? What if we told you that they already are... We just need to learn to live and love in a world without walls. https://freed4love.blubrry.net/
In this episode, Chip and Terri welcome special guests and former colleagues, Dr. A.G. & Brenda Miller. Dr. A.G. Miller is a renowned scholar of Black History, serving for 27 years as Professor of Religion and Africana Studies at historic Oberlin College. After catching up on an amazing urban outreach that the Freeds and Millers collaborated on in the 1990's -- that is still bearing fruit today in Lorain County, Ohio -- Dr. Miller answers the question "Why Black History Month?" Dr. Miller also discusses briefly the Nadir Period in African-American History and the origins of the Black National Anthem, "Lift Every Voice & Sing." (He references Imani Perry's book, "May We Forever Stand: A History of the Black National Anthem.").He wraps up with a story from his own family's lineage and what it really means to "Love Beyond Boundaries."
"Loving Beyond Boundaries." In her book, Loving, written on the 50th Anniversary of the Loving Case, ending anti-miscegenation laws in America on June 12, 1967, author Sheryl Cashin's opening sentence reads: "To love beyond boundaries is the most radical of acts." This is the first podcast from Chip and Terri Freed. Chip is the lead pastor of Garfield Memorial Church garfieldchurch.org in Cleveland, Ohio. Garfield is one of the most multi-ethnic, economically diverse churches in Ohio and Chip is a leader in the Mosaix Global Network. In this episode, Chip and Terri talk about why they are doing this podcast, why it is called "Freed4Love" and how they believe love can cross barriers created by division. They also give high tribute to Richard and Mildred Loving and their courageous love that blazed the trail,