Healthcare and Reconciliation

03:50


What does healthcare have to do with reconciliation?

Sitting In the Discomfort of Reconciliation Conversations

12:15


Dominique D Gilliard invites us to sit In the discomfort of reconciliation conversations.

Place and Reconciliation

11:00


m Soerens and Paul Sparks of The Parish Collective along with author Dwight Friesen and TWOTP's Steve Frost discuss the theology of place.

Wounded Indian

02:00


Richard Twiss on invading England :)

Creating a New Way of Relating

03:45


Repentance and grace are essential in the journey of reconciliation.

Daring Friendships

03:03


David Ford on friendship, salvation, and reconciliation.

Bad Christians

08:55


Can you be Christ-like without knowing it?

Practiced, Not Professed

02:10


Brené Brown on love.

What Would Jesus Burn?

06:00


Would Jesus burn the Koran? Anthony Smith reflects.

Correcting Inequity

09:10


Curtiss' thoughts on justice and salvation.

Just Relationship

15:15


Dominique D Gilliard on race, reconciliation, the Gospel, and embodied right-relationship.

A Glimpse at Communion

04:36


Emmanuel Katongole on reconciliation, communion, and the Cross.

Presence is Everything

14:52


Mayra Macedo-Nolan on presence and reconciliation.

Out of Tune

05:31


Kathy Khang on what the white church needs to be liberated from.

Response Ability

07:10


John Phillip Newell on our ability to respond with compassion.

Defaulted To Destroy

03:40


Why do we naturally retaliate vs. a soundtrack of mission? Anthony Smith reflects.

Worship Can Wait

03:30


If you are angry with a brother or sister, you will be liable to judgment...

Doing the Gospel

06:20


Do the Gospel!

A System of Racialization

04:55


Michael Emerson talks about the history of race and immigration in the United States.

Doing Justice

11:00


"Take Jesus seriously," says writer-pastor Joyce Hollyday. "Do not be afraid. Seek the common good, abundant life for all, not abundance for the few."

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