This is the third sermon in the “Campfire” series. In this message, Pastor T. C. shows how the story of Joshua & Jericho isn’t about a bloodthirsty tribal deity who wipes out other ethnic groups. No! It’s the story of God’s people rejecting God’s nonviolent and gradual plan of integration, while also taking upon Godself…
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. shares about his journey into understanding prayer as formative and collective. As we continue in the Journey Together series, forming Journey Groups, this will lay an important foundation.
In this Epiphany homily, Pastor T. C. draws out two themes from the story of the Magi who visit the child Jesus in Matthew 2. The first theme is Cultural Appropriation vs. Cultural Admiration. The second is “returning home by another way.”