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Tag Archives: liberation
March 5 Gathering: Called
What if Jesus isn’t calling for a renewal of personal piousness, but an awakening from the systems and structures of the world that exploit and oppress our fellow residents of the planet?
Feb. 5 Gathering: Salt and Light
This week we celebrate Black History Month by deconstructing how the biblical themes of light and darkness have been used to discriminate and oppress
Is our celebration of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth just a religious observation? Or is it the beginning of a story about overturning the powers and principalities of empire?
Dec. 11 Gathering: Liberate
What does liberation mean to you?
Oct. 2 Gathering: The Myth of Individuality
What if individuality is a delusion?
Sept. 25 Gathering: Crossing over to love
What do we do when the trite platitudes of the church—the ones that say God won’t give you more than you can handle or that our trials only make us stronger—show themselves to be wildly inadequate?
Sept. 4 Gathering: Forgiveness and Inclusivity
Despite much of Christianity’s hyper-individualistic focus on forgiveness as a cosmic get-out-of-jail-free card, there’s much more to the biblical narrative than manipulative atonement theories.
Fall kickoff series: forgiveness as the root of liberation
During the next few weeks, we’ll peel back the platitudes and explore the ways that forgiveness is at the root of the gospel precisely because it’s at the root of liberation.
Aug. 7 Gathering: Fragility at the Center
How can we center marginalized voices not just for inclusivity, but for liberation?