Lindsey Paris-Lopez brings her experience of converting to Islam then returning to Christianity to guide us in unlearning Islamophobia.
Pastor Adam Ericksen begins with the word Sheol to lead an exodus from hell so we can unlearn what we've been taught about salvation.
Interpretations of original sin often lead to judgment, separation, and violence. Lindsey Paris-Lopez guides us to escape original sin on the path of Love.
While some Christians uses passages in the Bible used to harm and exclude our LGBTQIA siblings, Pastor Adam Ericksen reveals how the Bible naturally leads Christians to be open and affirming.
There is a longing in every human heart to be loved for exactly who we are. Many of us yearn to belong within a community that recognizes our potential and helps us live into it.
Lindsey Paris-Lopez starts her series Healing Stories of the Bible in the beginning, in Genesis where God's creation is all good.
Pastor Adam Ericksen examines the misportrayal of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s approach to nonviolence and invites us to confront our own participation in systems of injustice.
Adam Ericksen highlights Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision of the beloved community which is anchored in the love and nonviolence of Jesus.
Adam Ericksen and Lindsey Paris-Lopez celebrate the hope offered to the world by the birth of a vulnerable baby in a manger to an unwed teen.
Adam Ericksen and Lindsey Paris-Lopez explain Matthew's genealogy of Jesus does not gloss over the injustices committed by his ancestors.