In this episode, Denise Pass examines aspects of shame in racism with Shell Singh, ministry team member of Seeing Deep Ministries. Listen in as they discuss racism across different cultures in both biblical times and the present and share 5 chief ways we see shame operating in our culture.
Denise Pass is a national speaker with Compassion International and a women’s conference speaker, CCM Artist/Songwriter and worship leader with Seeing Deep Ministries. She’s the author of Shame Off You and 31 Days to Hope Reinvented and has written several songs that received radio airplay, including You Are Worthy and Layers. serves as a volunteer for Proverbs 31 Ministries, as a volunteer leader.on the COMPEL team
Denise and her husband live near Fredericksburg, VA. Denise homeschooled for 23 years and is the mom of five with four in college.
Shelley Singh is a former Sikh who discovered the heart of the father through Jesus Christ. She is a Canadian by birth and has lived in India as well as in the United States. She grew up in Toronto, Canada where she was raised in a conservative Sikh family and spent time learning about the Sikh faith through Sikh youth camps around Canada and the U.S. Her interests include shame and honor cultures, prophetic intercession and blogging. She holds a Bachelor’s and clinical doctorate with a focus on hearing loss. She currently lives in the U.S. Her heart is to teach others about redemptive grace. She blogs at www.Shelleysingh.com.