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Fighting Battles Together: Carolyn Custis James | Episode Ten | Where Ya From? Podcast

We were not created to fight life’s battles on our own. We were created for community, and humans are at their best when men and women pursue God’s mission together. On this episode of “Where Ya From?”, Carolyn Custis James shares her personal experience with gender inequality and learning about injustices toward women around the world. These experiences led her to not only become an advocate for women, but to develop a robust explanation of why men and women need each other to both survive and thrive the ups and downs of life.

About the Podcast:
“Where Ya From?” is the ultimate conversation-starter. Host, Rasool Barry (“In Pursuit of Jesus”), asks this to people that he admires or have grown to be influential in life and society. This podcast gets into the weeds, starting with geography and building out into the life experiences of each guest to better understand the guest’s identity, well-being, and spirituality.

Learn more about the podcast and Rasool Berry at www.whereyafrom.net

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