You Do You

July 22, 2018 • Lawrence Huey

In week 3 of this series we begin to see how jealousy takes over Saul. In our day and age we often struggle with something way more common. It may seem innocuous but perhaps this struggle may be even more damaging than jealousy. Listen in for some freedom and power in overcoming this common struggle.

Understanding the Basis of Outrage and Exploring Diversity within the Black Community

August 5, 2020 • LaTeira Haynes and Chris Rattay

This week Teira shares her experiences and viewpoints about how trauma affects people individually and as a cultural group. We dive into ACEs (adverse childhood experiences) and unity as well as diversity in the African American experience. As a teaser for a future podcast, we touch on the topic of multiethnic churches and dream about how they could be rather than how they are.

The Idolatry of Routine

Exodus 20:1-6 • August 2, 2020 • Chris Rattay

Routine is one of the great spiritual poisons that keep us from living the abundant life in Jesus. The poison of routine is so much more than just listening to the same preacher, week after week. The root of the poison is idolatry which Pastor Chris looks at through the lens of the 2nd of the 10 commandments given to the forming nation that would become Israel.

Helping White America Get Unstuck

July 16, 2020 • Chris Rattay and LaTeira Haynes

Pastor Chris takes the lead in this podcast to talk through his personal journey and key moments and people that helped him get unstuck from the kind white guy, to a liberated advocate of justice. Some of the topics discussed are the importance of defining white-American culture, the powerful influence of individualism and optimism, the vast diversity of white americans on the journey of reconciliation, finding a better term than white supremacy, principles of engagement for white folks, and the sober warning of Scripture for white Americans today.