Archive for February 2018

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Jordan Rice

"The Gospel and Race" series

Recovering from the Trauma of Racism

Genesis 1:26-27, Matthew 22:36-40

The Fall of humanity brought with it not just a disruption in our vertical relationship with God, but also a horizontal distortion of the way we view our neighbor. This message unpacks our country’s historical racism and the way forward as a community of faith together.

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The Gospel and Race: Prelude

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This prelude is intended to be a heart-shaping worship companion to our sermon series "The Gospel and Race".


(0:00) Introduction by Renaissance Worship Director, Tripp Hampton.


(1:14) Awake O Sleeper written by Tripp Hampton, Caleb Hawley and Wendell Wilson. Performed by the Renaissance Church Band.


(4:56) Poetry readings performed by Godfrey Moye, Kyra Riley and Zora Howard.

Sympathy by Paul Laurence Dunbar (1899)

My Country 'Tis of Thee by W.E.B. Du bois (1907)

Tableau by Countee Cullen (1925)

Enslaved by Claude McKay (1922)

To America by James Weldon Johnson (1930)

Harlem By Langston Hughes (1951)

I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free by Nina Simone, Billy Taylor (1963)

Caged Bird by Maya Angelou (1983)

Rage by Zora Howard (2017)

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Ephesians: Expectations

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2/18/2018 Aswan Morris

The Book of Ephesians "Expectations"

Our Expectations of God shape how we approach Him.

Ephesians 3:14-21

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Ephesians: God’s workmanship

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Jordan Rice

The Book of Ephesians

Ephesians 2:1-10

Following Christ means trusting in Him alone for salvation and in His ability to work through us.

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A New Family

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Chris Travis

"A New Family"

Mark 3:20-21; 31-35

Jesus enacted a profound shift in our most fundamental loyalties, because the people we surround ourselves with influence everything about our lives. When we're born again, we're born again into a new family.

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