Media

Music by D.A. (Azriel)

The G.O.S.P.E.L. CD
That is what it sounds like when each chapter from D.A.’s book G.O.S.P.E.L. was put in lyrical form

Systematic Theology Volume One
This is what systematic theology can sound like when it’s given a soundtrack

Video Clips of D.A.

D.A. answers questions about urban church revitalization alongside; Dr. Jason Allen, Johnny Hunt, John Mark Clifton and others.
Sho Baraka interviews D.A. Horton about the church he was led to help start and pastor in Kansas City, MO.
D.A. and Lecrae work through the Great Commission, Compassion ministry, and the Urban Context.
Catch D.A.’s backstage interview at the Advance 13 conference where he addresses the need for High Theology to be communicated in the heart language of the hood.
D.A.’s TEDS Talk at Advance 13 Conference on the Gospel and Hip Hop.
D.A. partnered with pastors from The ReBuild Network to discuss the blessedness of Hip Hop (Part One).
D.A. partnered with pastors from The ReBuild Network to discuss the blessedness of Hip Hop (Part Two).
D.A. partnered with Z180 Radio to break down the Great Commission.
D.A. was interviewed by R.A.A.N. on his pastoral experiences as well as his new position as Executive Director at ReachLife.
D.A. was interviewed by R.A.A.N. on his personal take on Lecrae’s direction with his music.

Recent Interviews with D.A.

  1. Click here to read D.A.’s interview with the Youth Workers Journal dealing with Creativity & Worship
  2. Click here to see D.A. unpack for Ed Stetzer what “Thebonics” is and is not.
  3. Click here to read D.A. and other Urban Leader’s Responses to Kanye West’s Song, “I AM a God”
  4. Click here to see D.A. answer questions about urban church revitalization alongside; Dr. Jason Allen, Johnny Hunt, John Mark Clifton and others.

Reviews of D.A.’s Preaching/Teaching

  1. Click here to read a review of D.A.’s sermon on the G.O.S.P.E.L. that was delivered at the ReachLife Institute in Orlando, FL.
  2. Click here to read a review of D.A.’s spill on “The Gospel and Hip Hop” that was delivered at the Advance 13 conference in Raleigh, NC.
One comment on “Media
  1. Nona says:

    Thank you for your comments on the recent racist comments that has stirred people up in this country. I guess I am still naive enough to think we have come a long way in irradicsting racism. I am a 61 year old mother and grandmother raised in a baptist church and as a teen (and probably today, very conservative yet more open minded than one might think. I live in my own little bubble I guess. I dated an African/American in secret as a teen, knowing my parents would disapprove. He turned out to be a jerk, but that has nothing to do with race. Since then, so much has changed. I married a Caucasian, but have several nieces and nephews if mixed race, African/American, Hispanic, Chinese and Polynesian. I live in the inner city, in the heart of the African/American community. My neighbors are diverse, Ethiopian, Mexican, Caucasian, etc.. Why can’t people put aside racism? Even my church has few African-Americans, though we have a large Hispanic and Asian church group within our church. I don’t understand all the racism. It breaks my heart as I know it does God’s. To go further, I have two sons, twins, one is gay and the other is trans. Talk about prejudices! The last year my precious twins have tried to take their lives, they are suicidal, anorexic and self-harm. Why can’t we love as Christ loved?

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