LISTENING AND LEARNING
The following resources may be challenging. Some of them are from different viewpoints than many of us are familiar with, agree with, or are even comfortable with. As we’ve been discussing as a church, when the predominant narrative that has shaped our lives is challenged by a different one, we feel the tension. While the pastoral staff does not endorse all the opinions shared by these individuals in other places and on other issues, our hope is you see these resources not as an endorsement of a position or a definitive authority, but as an invitation. Our definitive authority is Jesus—the self-sacrificing Savior who came to rescue the world that condemned him to death. So, please consider these resources as a courageous invitation to listen and learn as we seek to be a Christ-centered church.
"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other."
- Mother Teresa
JUSTICE - THE BIBLE PROJECT VIDEO AND READING PLAN
Justice can be a controversial topic in our world today. This video explores the biblical theme of justice and how it's deeply rooted in the storyline of the Bible and Jesus.
Racial reconciliation is moving beyond racial tolerance into authentic relationships with those of a different race than yourself. In this 3-day reading plan, Dr. Tony Evans examines why racial reconciliation is absolutely crucial for true unity within the body of Jesus Christ.
RACE IN AMERICA
Phil Vischer is the creator of Veggie Tales and the host of the Podcast, A Holy Post. This video looks at the events and actions in our history that have led up to this moment.
This movie tells the true story of Walter McMillian, who, with the help of young defense attorney Bryan Stevenson, appeals his murder conviction. The film is based on the memoir of the same name, written by Stevenson. NOTE: This movie contains sensitive content and is rated PG-13.