In this message, Pastor T. C. explores three principles for reading the Bible as grown-ups: Reading the Bible 1. Holistically; 2. Ethically; 3. Christ-centered.
In this message, Pastor Osheta introduces us to an aspect of her approach to antiracism. She focuses on our shared belovedness while not compromising on boldly calling out the lie of White Supremacy. She calls this Antiracist Peacemaking.
In this message, Pastor T. C. kicks off the “Campfire” teaching series on Pentecost Sunday using Acts 2 as a framework. The three themes from the Text which will frame the series are Gather, Center, and Wonder. These are important themes to reflect on as we navigate what it means to return to some semblance…
In this message, Pastor T. C. teaches on the difference between land and place. Attaching sacred meaning to the land can point us to God or it can become a satanic dividing wall. We are called to seeking the renewal of our city, but we must not mistake the sign (place) for the signified (God).
In this message, author and minister, Jerusalem Greer, shares how she discovered the connections between creation care, incarnational theology, and racial justice through the hashtag “Black Farmers.”