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Luis, Orlando and David interview Dr. Larry Acosta Executive Director/Multiethnic Church Planting Catalyst at City to City Los Angeles. We asked Larry to give his tips to emerging Latino Leaders. This is a rebroadcast of a 2017 audio interview.Latino Leadership Circle による
 
This is part two of our discussion with Rev. Dr. Liz and Hiram Rios as they share about one of the greatest loves of their life, their son Daniel Jeremiah. DJ, as they affectionally call him, has special needs. We discuss the couple’s journey as parents, how it has shaped their family, what they have learned about life, and their understanding of G…
 
In this episode, we had the privilege of speaking with our very own Rev. Dr. Liz and Hiram Rios as they share about one of the greatest loves of their life, their son Daniel Jeremiah. DJ, as they affectionally call him, has special needs. We discuss the couple’s journey as parents, how it has shaped their family, what they have learned about life, …
 
In this Cafecito Conversation, we continue our discussion with Pastor Joseph Henry Cortese on the incredible life and ministry of his mother Rev. Aimee Cortese. Hear part 1 at https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/48497933/download.mp3Latino Leadership Circle による
 
The Latino Leadership Circle discusses the powerful keynote delivered by Rev. Dr. Daisy Machado, Professor of Church History at the Union Theological Inaugural Mama Leo Latinx Lecture on Feb. 19, 2022. With Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Rios, Elder Belinda Pasafaro, Rev. David Ramos, and Rev. Dr. Luis Alvarez. Special thanks to Union Theological Seminary for …
 
The LLC crew speak with Rev. Joseph Henry Cortese, Pastor of Crossroads Tabernacle in the Bronx, NY, and son of the late Rev. Aimee Cortese on the invaluable contribution that Aimee made to church and society. Rev. Aimee was named after Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, and like her namesake, Aimee Cortese was a trailblazer who overcame overwhelmi…
 
Rev. David Ramos, President and Founder of the Latino Leadership Circle is interviewed by Prof. Rafael Reyes III, Assistant Professor at New York Theological Seminary regarding the engagement of theology and ministry in the City.Latino Leadership Circle による
 
In this episode, we discuss the impact of Reverend Leoncia Rosado Rousseau, known to many as Mama Leo. Mama Leo is a significant figure in church history being perhaps the first Latina Pentecostal Pastor in New York City. Her holistic ministry changed the lives of countless individuals addicted to drugs, alcohol, and those considered to be outcasts…
 
Besides dealing with a global pandemic, one of the biggest challenges we face during this time is discussing the current issues with those who are around us. In this episode Rev. David Ramos, Elder Belinda Passafaro and Rev. Dr. Luis Alvarez share what they have found to be helpful when navigating the pandemic discussion.…
 
The Rev. Jose Humphreys speaks to us about Urban Ecclesiology. Jose Humphreys is a member of the Latino Leadership Circle. He is a consultant and facilitator. Rev. Humphreys is the founder and a Lead Pastor of Metro Hope Church, a multi-ethnic church movement in East Harlem. He is also the author of the book “Seeing Jesus in East Harlem: What Happe…
 
In this episode, we take an excerpt from a presentation done by Dr. Orlando Crespo on Ethnicity, Culture, and Leadership. Dr. Crespo presented this in a training session of Passion2Plant. Passion2Plant is an organization founded by Dr. Liz Rios. Its mission is to train Black and Brown church planters to start justice-oriented churches right from th…
 
In this episode, we discuss one of the most influential Latino Theologians of our time, Rene Padilla. C. Rene Padilla has shaped modern Evangelicalism and has insightfully helped bring into focus the Church's mission in the world. Padilla's Theology is required reading for every Pastor and leader who wishes to do the true work of the Gospel. With R…
 
This is the second part of our discussion on "Asian Hate: Why We Should Care and What We Can Do About it", with members of the Latino Leadership Circle and guest panelists: Jennifer Chan and Reyn Cabnite. View the full discussion on our Youtube https://youtu.be/MDbJbbvF86g See our statement of solidarity with the AAPI community at https://www.latin…
 
Since the pandemic started, there have been more than 3,000 incidents of hate reported by the community organization Stop AAPI Hate, a coalition of non-profits advocating for the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) population. There is both fear and concern among the Asian American community about how best to address these unprovoked attacks…
 
In this second part of the COVID-19 Vaccine conversation, we've invited Yara Elizabeth Perez, MD. Dr. Perez explains what the vaccine is, tackles common myths and misconceptions, and answers questions that many have in our communities. Please note, this is the dispelling myths and answering questions portion. Check out the YouTube video at https://…
 
The LLC crew gather to host the first Passion Center Cafecito Conversations on the COVID-19 vaccine. There are many messages going around in the Latino faith community. We share our thoughts as well as what is #fact or #fiction. References on the episode: Overcoming Vaccine Hesitancy in Communities of Color https://www.webmd.com/coronavirus-in-cont…
 
This is the second part of the Hope 2021 episode. Members of the Latino Leadership Circle Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Rios, Rev. Dr. Orlando Crespo, and Rev. Dr. Luis Alvarez discuss recent events in our country at the beginning of 2021 and the glimmers of hope that they provide for us. Resources discussed: Lessons from the LatinX Church at https://freedomr…
 
Members of the Latino Leadership Circle Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Rios, Rev. Dr. Orlando Crespo, and Rev. Dr. Luis Alvarez discuss recent events in our country at the beginning of 2021 and the glimmers of hope that they provide for us. Join our mailing list at https://mailchi.mp/319820d6b1a1/mailing-listLatino Leadership Circle による
 
Members of the Latino Leadership Circle, Rev. Dr. Liz Rios, Rev. David Ramos, Rev. Dr. Orlando Crespo, and Rev. Dr. Luis Alvarez share memories of Christmas and speak a special word about the significance of the season in 2020. Join our mailing list at https://mailchi.mp/319820d6b1a1/mailing-listLatino Leadership Circle による
 
Members of the Latino Leadership Circle, Rev. David Ramos, Rev. Dr. Orlando Crespo, and Rev. Dr. Luis Alvarez discuss how we can move forward as people of faith after this contentious presidential election. Join our mailing list at https://mailchi.mp/319820d6b1a1/mailing-listLatino Leadership Circle による
 
The Latino Leadership Circle discusses the importance of the 2020 Census for the Latin@ community. Fill out the census at: https://2020census.gov/. Videos to encourage the Census can be found at https://nalec.org/census-2020/ The Latino Leadership Circle Podcast has been named Top 55 Latino podcast by feedspot.com. See https://blog.feedspot.com/lat…
 
Latino Leadership Circle airs the audio portion of the introductory session of an excellent webinar resource from Freedom Road called “Lessons from the LatinX Church”. The link to the full resource is at https://freedomroad.us/downloads/lessons-from-the-latinx-church-webinar/Latino Leadership Circle による
 
Part 2 of Grief and Loss in a Time of Uncertainty. As the world continues to experience the Covid-19 crisis, the Latino Leadership Circle discusses the by-products of grief, loss and uncertainty, and how we can begin to cope with these realities in our lives.Latino Leadership Circle による
 
The Latino Leadership Circle (LLC) Executive Team members, David Ramos, Luis Alvarez, Orlando Crespo, and Belinda Passafaro discuss LLC, the need for being part of an authentic cohort by sharing their experiences of LLC, and the vision for a new series of podcasts.Latino Leadership Circle による
 
In this Episode we discuss President Trump’s move to end DACA. We’re joined by some prominent National and City Leaders: Rev. Dr. Raymond Rivera, Jonathan Soto and Joe Ho. Please note: Not all the views expressed by our panelists are those of the Latino Leadership Circle.Latino Leadership Circle による
 
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