That Pastor from Oklahoma's New Chapter

Episode 2 February 01, 2022 00:55:26
That Pastor from Oklahoma's New Chapter
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That Pastor from Oklahoma's New Chapter
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Pastor Jeremy Coleman (aka That Pastor from Oklahoma) is back on the Incarcerated Christian Podcast to talk about how his life and his ministry have changed during the past year. Listen in to hear what this enormously popular pastor with the no-holds-barred approach to speaking his truth says about his new projects, including the Speakeasy Project online community; his meteoric rise on social media and the positive and negative reactions that have come with it; what church means to him now; and how one of his social media posts morphed into a song available on iTunes.

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