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Canton Jones and Bizzle tell their stories.
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Israel Houghton and Leela James tell their stories.
Canton Jones knows that the church culture isn't ideal for everyone, so he challenges himself to shake it up and make it open and welcoming for all types of people while also reaching them where they feel most comfortable.
Jonathan McReynolds discusses how the church, his family and friends who are Christian have helped him develop a strong, godly foundation.
Isaac Carree discusses the younger generation's view of church versus the older generation's view.
Casey J. lets us believers know that the disingenuousness that people find in some churches draws them further from the Lord. But what is most important is that the person finds a church that is for them, with people of God that will show love.
Canton Jones talks about his new church Free Life.
Shares how hip-hop culture shaped his youth life until his wife helped him stay grounded, build his career, and find God.