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How We Love Matters: A Conversation With Albert Tate

This Is Not Church Podcast

In this episode we chat with Albert Tate. Albert Tate is the founding and lead pastor of Fellowship Church in Los Angeles County California. He began his ministry pastoring just a few families at Sweet Home Church in Mississippi before serving the historic Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California. Hearing the call from God to plant a church, Albert and his wife, LaRosa, launched Fellowship Church in January 2012. In its short history, this gospel-centered, multiethnic, intergenerational church has already established a solid foothold in the region to the glory, honor, and transformational power of Christ. As a dynamic communicator, Albert is passionate about sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ both locally and globally. He serves on the Board of Trustees at Azusa Pacific University, the Global Leadership Network, and Global Church Planting Organization, Stadia. Albert is the Founder and CEO of The Greatest Story, Inc, and President of Harambee Ministries. He recently published his first book entitled, "How We Love Matters: A Call to Practice Relentless Racial Reconciliation". Albert is the proud father of four children: Zoe, Bethany, Isaac, and Micah. You can connect with Albert Tate on: FacebookTwitterInstagramTikTok You can find all things Albert Tate related at his Website You can purchase Albert's book How We Love Matter at Amazon.com You can connect with us on    FacebookInstagram TwitterTikTok Also check out our Linktree for all things This Is Not Church related Each episode of This Is Not Church Podcast is expertly engineered by our producer The Podcast Doctor Eric Howell. If you’re thinking of starting a podcast you need to connect with Eric!

1hr 9mins

20 Jun 2022

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CNLP 498 | Albert Tate on How to Avoid Being Triggered in Conversations About Race, Being Called the N Word in 7th Grade, and How to Steward Whiteness

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before

Albert Tate talks about how to avoid being triggered in conversations about race, being called the N word for the first time in 7th grade, white supremacy and white privilege, and steps you can take...Read the whole entry... »

1hr 11mins

31 May 2022

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Episode 505: Stupid Social Media & Learning to Love While Offended with Albert Tate

The Holy Post

In a lengthy article in The Atlantic, social psychologist Jonathan Haidt explains how social media has made our entire society more stupid in the last decade, and compares the disunity it’s causing to the Tower of Babel. Phil, Skye, and Christian discuss the article and what can be done to reverse the trends. Then, pastor Albert Tate talks about his new book, “How We Love Matters: A Call to Practice Relentless Racial Reconciliation.” By sharing personal stories, Tate says we must learn to live with being offended, commit to community, and love anyway. Plus, teenage gorillas are getting too much screen time. News Segment 0:00 - Intro and updates 3:03 - Fasting from whiteness https://religionnews.com/2022/04/08/chicago-area-pastor-says-his-church-is-fasting-from-whiteness-and-getting-pushback-during-lent/ 6:16 - Gorillas, teens, and screen time 13:35 - Stupid social media “Why the Past 10 Years of American Live Have Been Uniquely Stupid” by Jonathan Haidt - https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2022/05/social-media-democracy-trust-babel/629369/ Holy Post episode 495 with Robert Tracy McKenzie- https://www.holypost.com/post/episode-495-the-false-gospel-of-democracy-with-robert-tracy-mckenzie Unbelievable? The Conference - https://www.unbelievable.live Interview with Albert Tate Albert Tate - https://alberttate.com “How We Love Matters: A Call to Practice Relentless Racial Reconciliation” - https://amzn.to/36s6e86 47:51 - Interview intro 49:42 - Committing to community 53:48 - Loving while offended 1:00:07 - When to stay and when to leave 1:04:29 - Generational trauma/injustice and generational privilege 1:18:09 - Hope for the American church 1:24:48 - Credits The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

1hr 25mins

20 Apr 2022

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JOE S7E20: Lisa + Friends: Pastor Albert Tate

Jesus Over Everything

Lisa has an amazing show today with speaker, podcast host and author of his first book, How We Love Matters, Pastor Albert Tate. He is deeply involved in international church planting and is a Co-Catalyst of LA Church Planting. Lisa has been thinking about today's conversation since this was recorded. Albert talks about the call to practice relentless racial reconciliation. This conversation will challenge you and leave you thinking. Link: Instagram Twitter Facebook How We Love Matters Ministry Strong Minute Email Learn more about Lisa at LisaWhittle.com Produced by Unmutable™

47mins

8 Apr 2022

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108 | Albert Tate on the Perceptions of Race Problems and the Church's Involvement

ChurchPulse Weekly

Albert Tate (Lead Pastor of Fellowship Church) joins Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to discuss how to engage in conversations on racial justice within the Church and the importance of extending unconditional empathy towards those with different perspectives.  – Order a copy of Albert Tate’s latest book How We Love Matters: A Call to Practice Relentless Racial Reconciliation wherever books are sold. Follow Barna at: Instagram: @barnagroup Twitter: @davidkinnaman | @barnagroup Facebook: Barna Group Youtube: Barna Group

38mins

7 Apr 2022

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How We Love Matters with Albert Tate

Craft & Character

For Albert Tate, a sermon isn’t about words streaming from your mouth, but truths running through your life. He explains how the best sermons start in the head, move to the heart, then lodge in your gut一until the Spirit grips you with conviction, you aren’t actually preaching yet. A cursory glance at Tate’s dynamic teaching reveals not only a willingness to say hard things, but to preach them to himself first.Steve Carter interviews Tate about his forthcoming book, How We Love Matters: A Call To Relentless Racial Reconciliation. With his trademark blend of creativity and conviction, Tate tackles a culturally contentious issue, building off his upbringing in Mississippi and decades of church ministry in Southern California. He views the Table as utterly transformative一a place where, like Jesus, we sit with people drastically different than ourselves. When we learn to listen well, we learn to love well.Episode LinksPreorder his new book: How We Love MattersRead Albert’s chapter in a book on Dr. Martin Luther King JrHis church: Fellowship Monroviaalberttate.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

52mins

8 Mar 2022

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EP 097: Critical Tools for Creating Irresistible Culture—Craig Groeschel & Albert Tate

The Global Leadership Podcast

What does it take to create and curate an award-winning culture? Life.church was recently voted the #1 Best Place to Work (Small and Medium Businesses) in North America by Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards. In this episode Craig Groeschel, pastor of Life.Church, talks with Albert Tate about some of the tools Life.Church uses to build and protect its culture. From developing effective and inspirational values, to the critical role of feedback, learn how to create a culture that wins.

38mins

4 Jan 2022

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Albert Tate

Athletes for Justice

Welcome to Episode 15 -Albert Tate is the founding pastor of Fellowship Church—one of the fastest-growing multiethnic churches in the United States. He began in ministry pastoring just a few families at Sweet Home Church in Mississippi before serving the historic Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California. Hearing the call from God to plant a church, Albert and his wife, LaRosa, launched Fellowship Monrovia in January 2012.  ------------------------------------- Follow us on Instagram: @AthletesforJustice Order Sam Acho's book "Let the World See You" here.

38mins

4 May 2021

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Bless - Serve and Share - Albert Tate

Willow Creek Community Church Weekend Podcast

As we listen to the stories and the needs of people, how are we intentionally serving them to meet their needs? And as we build relationships, get to know stories, and serve people, we begin to gain the credibility to share the hope we have in Jesus.  Jesus modeled this by changing the world from the bottom, up.  Jesus said, “I’m not going to change the world on a power trip.  I’m not going to take over the government and change lives from the top down.  That’s how the world operates.  That’s what the world thinks greatness is.  I’m going to change the world from the bottom up.”

38mins

28 Mar 2021

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Bless - Eat - Albert Tate

Willow Creek Community Church Weekend Podcast

Jesus communicated a LOT by the seemingly mundane act of eating at Matthew’s house with him and his socially outcast friends. Something powerful happens when we come across tables from one another and share nourishment. The first thing Jesus did after Matthew said “yes” to “follow Me” was share a meal with him. He didn’t have him take a class on how to be a disciple.  He didn’t get Matthew started studying the bible and memorizing Scripture. He went to Matthews house to eat.

32mins

21 Mar 2021

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