A Community Defined by Mercy

May 31 / Glenn Packiam

James 2 speaks to our cultural moment of racial tensions by challenging us to see favoritism as a contradiction to the faith. Pastor Glenn Packiam shows that throughout the Scripture, the tilt of God's face is always to the marginalized and the oppressed. When we recognize our own need for mercy, we lose the need to judge or exclude others. On this Pentecost Sunday, we remember what a radical community the church is called to be.

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