"Just Faith" Airs on shift by MSNBC.com

September 18, 2015

Our internet experiment "Just Faith" aired on shift by MSNBC.com on Friday, September 18. Emmy-nominated Tituss Burgess, Broadway director Charles Randolph-Wright, Broadway producer Kevin McCollum, and author Jennifer Crumpton discuss faith in television and theatre with Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Ph.D.

Watch and share the program’s segments below:

Actor Tituss Burgess from "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" talks about his relationship with co-star Ellie Kemper and how he navigates the world with faith.

Tituss Burgess talks about his career, faith

url: http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/watch/tituss-burgess-on-528195651644

"Motown The Musical" director Charles Randolph-Wright and award-winning producer Kevin McCollum of "Hand to God" talk to Rev. Jacqui Lewis about their work and how stage narratives are stories of hope and faith.

Video: Stories of Broadway and hope with Charles Randolph-Wright and Kevin McCollum

url: http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/watch/broadway-dreams-and-faith-528198723950

Femmevangelical's Jennifer Crumpton joins "Just Faith" to talk about the hidden intersection of faith and feminism on the Emmy-nominated drama "The Good Wife."

Video: Jennifer Crumpton discusses faith, feminism and "The Good Wife" 

url: http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/watch/faith-feminism-and-the-good-wife-528201795542  

Rev. Jacqui Lewis closes her inaugural program "Just Faith" and talks about her hope to spark conversation about meaningful issues and celebrates the work of Auburn Seminary’s Groundswell Movement and Transform Network.

Video: Jacqui Lewis on what "Just Faith" is all about

url: http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/watch/what-just-faith-is-all-about-528202307581

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