Sho And Patreece Baraka: Raising Kids On The Autism Spectrum

Parenting their sons’ autism, Sho Baraka and his wife Patreece felt blindsided—including a loss of dreams & sense of failure. On FamilyLife Today, Dave and Ann Wilson talk with the Barakas about how God met them in their shame.

Sho Baraka and his wife Patrice know the daily gauntlet of raising kids on the autism spectrum. God's given them hope, tools and a new way to love their sons. View Show Notes →
Parenting their sons' autism, Sho Baraka and his his wife Patreece felt blindsided including a loss of dreams & sense of failure. But God met them in their shame. View Show Notes →

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Sho And Patreece Baraka

Sho Baraka is a globally recognized recording artist, performer, culture curator, activist, and writer. Sho’s work combines his artistic platform with his academic history to contribute a unique perspective, elevating the contemporary conversation on faith, art, and culture. An alumnus of Tuskegee University and the University of North Texas, Sho is a cofounder of Forth District and the AND Campaign, and he has served as an adjunct professor at Wake Forest School of Divinity. He was also an original member of influential hip-hop consortium 116 Clique, recording with Reach Records. Sho lives in Atlanta with his wife Patreece and their three children.