Contemplation: No One Is One Thing

The weekend after the 2020 Presidential Election, I make my attempt to share what I believe the church’s calling is during this time of unrest and division. View the sermon here. Sermon begins at 32:35.

In the sermon, I reference the film The Last Black Man in San Francisco, and how the Montgomery Allen helps his best friend, Jimmie Fails, see a guy from the old neighborhood, Kofi, not as a caricature of hate and cruelty, but as a human being of dark and light, someone who is more than just one thing.

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