In this message, Pastor T. C. explores the first “Rhythm of Resurrection” from Acts 2: “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching.” Acknowledging this passage’s potential to cause discomfort for those of us who have experienced spiritual abuse, this rhythm is principally about centering our lives around the subject of the apostles’ teaching: Jesus, and…
In this second message of the “Easter People” series (which is about practicing rhythms of resurrection), Pastor Osheta builds upon the introductory message delivered in person on Easter Sunday, by introducing the primary mode through which we practice rhythms of resurrection: Journey Groups.
In this message, Pastor T. C. reflects upon 1 John 1.8-9 and Dr. Howard Thurman’s devotional on these verses in “40-Day Journey with Howard Thurman.” Pastor T. C. challenges the sin-as-law-breaking ‘mental model’ and contrasts it with sin-as-virus and forgiveness-as-healing.
In the wrap-up message in the “Zip Code” series, Pastor T. C. explores Dr. Howard Thurman’s concept of “The Sound of the Genuine” in light of the beginning of the Lenten season.
In this message Pastor T. C. explores the way we locate ourselves ethnically, racially, and relative to others in society. In Acts 21, Paul attempts to navigate what Dr. Willie James Jennings calls the “diaspora anxiety” of the Jerusalem elders. But it fails spectacularly. We need a better way.