Series: Church on the Rock: Jesus and Social Justice

The Next Generation’s Pharisees

As Christians age, we often become the 'Pharisees' in a faith that was once liberating, refreshing, and freeing. How can we change that?

Abiding in Patient Hope

We get impatient when we don’t see progress in ourselves, in other Christians, and in the world. But patience and hope are inextricably tied together.

Loving the Oppressor

The church should embody a heart of peace, even for those viewed as oppressors. How is this even possible? Sr. Pastor Greg Weeks explores some thoughts.

Breaking Glass Walls

Christ has broken down ALL human distinctions. Will you embody this by caring for others who are unlike you in age, race, sexuality, gender, wealth, education, etc.? Find out how.

Things Are Just Plain Wrong

Jesus’ simple 'love your neighbor as yourself' is a clear way of determining right from wrong. Your neighbor, by definition, may have differing experiences, background, views, but they are still…