Weekly recap

This week was busy. I didn’t do as many shorts, but I did get some great videos done. Most will be released next week. I also was able to screen my first supporters special. I had a sit-down chat with my pastor that I streamed to my “Buy me a coffee” supporters. I even had a co-host!

I also was able to start scripting for a new “Context” video. A lot of CRT/SJ stems from out-of-context passages or just plain closed Bibles. I hope to be able to stir the hearts and minds of believers to not fall for this very sneaky ploy. I was able to create the slides for the video, which I think will be very helpful.

Summer is in full swing! My DD1 is on her way to a college 2-week camp while DD2 is wrapping up VBS and preparing for her own adventures next week.

Getting back into Blogging and Audio

Starting a YouTube channel has been fun and I can’t say I would change much. However, I have to diversify my approach. Doing video content on YT is a double edge sword that will eventually come back on me. You can follow most of my Bible Study content on http://www.jwhit.com

Here’s where else I can be found:

Gab @mrjwhit

Buy Me a Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dearwokech

Rumble DearWoke

Good Reads Jason Whitaker

Twitter @mrjwhit

Instagram @dearwokechristian

Spotify Dear Woke Christian

Thank you for all your support and encouragement as I get back into blogging and audio podcasting.

What can I do about my channel?

Here are some ideas that you can employ. Rather than worrying about sub count focus on improving what you’re offering your viewers and ultimately your subscribers. Let’s go!

Improve your thumbnails

Add chapters to every interview video or AMA video

Create “Shorts” that showcase content

Make “Clips” that point to your longer-form content

Write a blog post about your most recent videos

These are just a few ideas. What do you think? Feel free to add more ideas below.

You can “buy me a cup of coffee”

I am making a big push to upgrade my recording studio. I have not given up on writing. I am just finding the engagement and back and forth for my videos to be rich. You’re welcome to join in via https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dearwokech

Next month I will be starting a “Memorization Monday” segment. I’ll start with the books of the Bible and move on to verses and even entire passages.

Thank you for your support and encouragement.

The broad road religion

Dear Woke Christian,


CRT is a cult. It’s a cult of the broad road. What do I mean?
In the true Christian faith we do work, learn and grow in Christ as a group/church. However, each person is responsible for thier faith, work and growth. I know that my pastor can only preach so much and I need to take responsibility for my own actions and submit to the truth that he’s preaching. He will be held responsible for preaching truth. I will be responsible for obeying and submitting to it.

However, in the cult, it doesn’t play out the same. We’re seen as huge groups and if the group meets a certain tipping point the entire group is that thing. So if the melanin content of the group is high they all have the same experiences, feelings and ideas bar none. Rarely are individuals seen as…individuals and not as a part of the group. It’s almost like Woke ideology believes it’s insulated from God’s truth because they’re in a huge group.


This is exactly what Christ spoke against, this large group slavation, because it’s not real. Matthew 7:13 is very clear that we need to consider the narrow gate. Well, there’s almost no way to do that as a huge group. I won’t be able to come to the wicket gate and point to the merit of someone behind more or someone way ahead of me. I will have to come to that door on my own.

Now surely someone disagrees with me and that’s fine. Take the time to look at the passage and the related passages. Isaiah speaks of a highway, but I don’t think we can glean that this contradicts what the Lord said in Matthew.

CRT seeks to herd people into large groups and disperse responsibility on the whole. That’s not Christianity. That’s another religion, but I think you already knew that.

The Beatitudes

Dear Woke Christian,

I did a video on the YT channel showing a lady mistreating the passage in Mattehw 5 known as the beatitudes. She reframed them as some kind of confession and called them “The Beatitudes of BLM“. Gross!

While reading today I ran across a diffent take on the Beatitudes. Though it’s not a true word for word interpritation, it does give some insight that helps open the Beatitudes up to make much of Chirst. Check it out. This was by William Tyndale. To see inwardly that the law of God is so spiritual, that no flesh can fulfil it: and then for to mourn and sorrow, and to desire, yea, hunger and thirst after strength to do the will of God from the ground of the heart, and (notwithstanding all the subtilty of the devil, weakness and feebleness of the flesh, and wondering of the world,) to cleave yet to the promises of God, and to believe that for Christ’s blood sake thou art received to the inheritance of eternal life, is a wonderful thing, an da thing that the world knoweth not of; but whosoever feeleth that, though he fall a thousand time in a day, doth yet rise again a thousand times, and is sure that he mercy of God is upon him.

So my question to you, brother and sister is how do you read God’s Word? Do you twist it and defile it to prop up something that God didn’t tell you to do? Or do you attempt to find the Hidden Gem in each passage?