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Transformation Church (TC) was started in 2010 and is led by Pastor Derwin L. Gray. We want to join God in His mission by embodying our vision to be a multi-ethnic, multi-generational, mission-shaped community that loves God completely (Upward), ourselves correctly (Inward), and our neighbors compassionately (Outward). We hope this podcast will be a tool in which the life-transforming love of Jesus Christ reaches the lives of many!
 
Transformation Church (TC) was started in 2010 and is led by Pastor Derwin L. Gray. We want to join God in His mission by embodying our vision to be a multi-ethnic, multi-generational, mission-shaped community that loves God completely (Upward), ourselves correctly (Inward), and our neighbors compassionately (Outward). We hope this podcast will be a tool in which the life-transforming love of Jesus Christ reaches the lives of many!
 
The scriptures teach us how to live a life that honors God. In these weekly messages the pastors of Tri-Cities Church unpack the scriptures and teach on culturally relevant topics. Tri-Cities Church is located in East Point which is about 15 minutes south of Atlanta, GA. For more information about Tri-Cities Church visit our website at: Tri-CitiesChurch.com.
 
The Every Voice Now Podcast showcases the inspiring stories of authors of color and the making of their books. Each episode unpacks the journey of these writers and the challenges they had to overcome along the way to become a published author. In an industry still dominated by whiteness, these stories reveal the extra hurdles that voices of color encounter in their professional and personal lives and provide encouragement for all those who seek to follow in their footsteps. A production of ...
 
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Social scientists tell us that multiracial churches are growing in number from 6% in 1998 to 16% in 2019. These same social scientists are telling us that these same churches may not be promoting the flourishing of Black people and other people of color. Jemar Tisby, president of the Witness: a Black Christian collective, podcaster, author of the C…
 
Songs: O Come All Ye Faithful Silent Night Angels We Have Heard on High O Little Town of Bethlehem Sweet Little Jesus Boy Come Thou Long Expected Jesus Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming Hark the Herald Angels Sing Jesus the Light of the World Go Tell It On the Mountain Joy to the World Jesus, Jesus Oh What a Wonderful Child http://cdn.antiochpodcast.org/…
 
Michelle Loyd-Paige is the most senior contributor to the Antioch Podcast in our group. She is a woman with a lot of life experience and a LOT of titles she has racked up: preacher, professor, doctor, and most recently Executive Associate to the President for Diversity & Inclusion at Calvin University. She also is a wife, mother, grandmother and on…
 
Juanita Rasmus was the co-pastor of a flourishing ministry alongside her husband Rudy, doing good work for the kingdom of God in and around Houston. But then one day she came face to face with a depressive episode that began a season of nearly three years' worth of dark nights of the soul. As she realized that her experience with depression was not…
 
Where we are recording in Michigan, the leaves have now blown off the trees, there is no sunlight by the time we eat dinner, winds are picking up and the temperature is dropping. We are in a time of transition. Winter is coming. The election is behind us (mostly) and we await a new administration. COVID numbers continue to rise nationally. Many of …
 
We caught Professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez at her home on a Friday afternoon after a week of teaching American History at Calvin University. It also happened to be the week of the 2020 election, and at the time we recorded, no presidential winner had been formally declared. Her past month had been a blur of interviews. Her book, Jesus and John Wayne,…
 
Dr. Esau McCaulley—writer, Anglican priest, and New Testament scholar—joins us to discuss his recent book, “Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope.” Listen in to hear how studying Scripture from other perspectives and church traditions can be invaluable for Christians of all backgrounds.Learn more about…
 
If you had told Antipas Harris when he was a child that he would grow up to write a book, he would likely have doubted you. As a boy in the deep South who grew up in a poor family and struggled with learning disabilities, he could not have imagined the paths down which God would take him. Despite the personal and structural barriers he faced, he wa…
 
On October 28th 2020, USA Today ran an article stating that 70% of U.S. adults say that the presidential election is a significant source of stress, according to the American Psychological Association’s Stress in America Survey. This is up dramatically compared to stress rates during the 2016 election which clocked in at 52%. In an election whose o…
 
It has been said that our beliefs may be personal but aren’t intended to be private. In other words, if what we believe is worth believing, it should be evident in our public lives. But how? This has long been the challenge for followers of Jesus: how should following Jesus influence my relationships? Society? In this week’s message, we draw rules …
 
This is a special episode of the Antioch Podcast where we stepping away from our regular conversational format to hear from two of our regular team members. Up first, we will hear a chapel presentation given by Dr. Michelle Loyd Paige for Calvin Univerity’s Unlearn week. Unlearn is a yearlong program that kicks off with a week of special presentati…
 
This week, I am joined by Sidra K an artist of Mixed Japanese and Polish+ descent. We met in a FB group where she posted about a strange advertisement that was an attempt to be allyship but missed the mark. Listen in while we chat about that and what it is like being the only Asian in a small rural community in Virginia. Follow my guest! Facebook P…
 
“What did you expect?” Oftentimes our expectations and reality don’t line up. In our contemporary culture, we have a strong aversion to adversity. Yet, in many parts of the world adversity, suffering and even persecution are a normal part of life. In 1 Peter 1:13-2:10, Peter encourages us to stand firm in adversity by understanding who we are as Go…
 
Dr. Derwin Gray shares how he and his wife set out to build the multigenerational and multiethnic community that would become Transformation Church. Plus, hear how they’re using technology to stay connected with their community and expand their reach through TV apps on the Subsplash Platform.Learn more about Derwin Gray: www.derwinlgray.com…
 
In antiracism conversations, there sometimes is a tendency for these conversations to focus primarily on the differences between black and white people. There are a lot of reasons for this, but often this black-white binary overlooks those representing “middle voices” in antiracism conversations. While the popular term “People of Color” lumps all n…
 
Episode Description: Fusion may be hip in 2020, but it wasn’t the case when Chandra Crane was growing up, where she felt the pain of not quite fitting in anywhere as a person with a mixed-ethnicity heritage. The daughter of a white mother and Thai birth father who was then adopted and raised by an African-American dad, Chandra experienced the pain …
 
This week, I am joined by Activator Asian Soph and Organizer Rohan Zhou-Lee to talk about Activism while Mixed, the third in a series of Panel Discussions that will air every 3rd Thursday of the month LIVE on Youtube. This audio was recorded on October 15, 2020. Follow my guests! IG: @Asian_Soph (personal)/ @MixedPresent/ @Mixed_Made IG: Rohan Zhou…
 
We are in the final days before a deeply divisive election. Tempers are high, and it seems as though every few days something alarming makes the news. The day before we recorded this episode, an armed militia was arrested in our city and across our state for plotting to kidnap our governor, take her to an undisclosed location in Wisconsin to put he…
 
Who are those family members that you just do not know well, if at all? Who are those distant relatives that you are related to, but they are still strangers and mysteries to you? In this episode, author Robert Chao Romero wants to introduce you to Latino and Latina Christians, who do not often feel like welcome and wanted family members in the bod…
 
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