Misfits on a Mission, Finding Identity in Jesus

Sermons by T. C. Moore (Page 3)

Shalom Justice

“Purposefully seeking the renewal of our city,” Roots’ third mission priority, requires us to have a unified vision of justice. Justice, as we have learned from Dr. Cornel West, is “what love looks like in public.” So, this week, we are looking at the big picture of justice in the biblical narrative. Like the picture…

Worship & Justice

The name of the Love in Public series comes from a quote by Dr. Cornel West: “Never forget that justice is what love looks like in public.” In the first message of the series, Pastor T. C. teaches on the “transitive property” of love. When we passionately love God, we develop love for those whom…

One Spirit, Many Voices

Worship is a space where God’s Spirit empowers people with gifts for the building up of the body of Christ. Among the worshipping body of Christ, there is formed an alternative society of shalom, a glimpse of the future in New Creation, a space of radical equality and unity with diversity. In this message, Pastor…

Worship as Formation

As the kick-off of the Adore series, we explore Paul’s exhortation to the church in Rome (12.1-2), to present their bodies as a living sacrifice in order to have their minds renewed. For Paul worship is counter-formation. It is the antidote to the ways we’re being malformed by our everyday practices and rhythms. Christian worship…