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Sean Morgan 00:00
I'm Sean Morgan and I'm asking the hard questions about alternative topics like Q anon and Coronavirus. Get the free ebook at Q and on faq.com. Hello pastor Tibbs Welcome to the show. I was wondering if you could tell me a little bit about your background before we get started.
James Calvin Tibbs 00:20
Well, thank you glad to be here I am a former military officer served four years and graduated was a real quick deal graduated, got commissioned, and now I'm a soldier in the army and served there for four years to stay longer didn't get out because it was a calling on my life. And I misinterpreted that calling to the ministry to be you can't do that in the army. So I got out and here we are some 30 years later, now I pastor a church in Billerica, Georgia where the home of Coca Cola is found. And we're just trying to get the message out in various ways to help people live truly their best life.
Sean Morgan 01:00
Georgia is really kind of an important place in the country right now. There's a lot going on in Atlanta. I saw some videos of some black power, hundreds of armed black power. People actually kind of like harassing people on a highway. Did you see that video floating around the internet?
James Calvin Tibbs 01:20
I didn't. I heard about maybe the similar group at Stone Mountain. And there was this clash between the clan and these guys that were allegedly going to happen, but I really never saw the backdrop of it.
Sean Morgan 01:34
Okay. What is it like what was it like before the George Floyd, what were the racial tensions like, if any, where you live?
James Calvin Tibbs 01:46
In the suburbs where I live, people just kind of go about their business. I think the community as a relates to what's happening in community probably went on like it normally did. I don't think there was a lot of rain. tension in Atlanta in the context of that outside of anything that would otherwise be normal. But when the George Floyd event took place, obviously it took it to a whole other level. And now people are trying to make sense out of what's next, given what just happened.
Sean Morgan 02:19
In us since since this event has occurred, there have been different interactions I've had in the public with strangers that I don't know. But they're different ethnicities, and I have this moment in time when I think and I wonder, are they judging me as being racist for being white? It's just for like this split second, like, Oh, no, I'm about to shake this person's hand or I'm about to have this interaction. Or you know, they're working at a store and I'm the shopper. Is it gonna be like it was before where we were just two people are in mind, are we now playing these designated roles of the racist and the victim. I'm happy to say that I've never even even though that went through my mind, I never felt it from them. I never felt. So like, at least in my own community, I never felt even attention. But this is certainly putting this in the forefront of our minds. That's why that thought went through my mind, whereas before, that wouldn't have occurred. So, you talked to me earlier about pain and the fact that, you know, even though Black Lives Matters and, and Tifa and other groups are using arson, they're, you know, doing violent things and communities. The pain that they feel is real. And I was saying no, actually there are some are opportunists. They don't even feel any pain. They just like to cause chaos, but maybe a lot of them do feel the pain. So and so what do we do? How do we, you said something about not addressing their message but addressing their pain? What do you mean by that?
James Calvin Tibbs 03:58
Well, I am I was raised in a, you know, Baptist deacons house. Where Yes, yes, no is no. And a mom who supported that, and it's true. So I brought that into my military experience. But I've always had a heart for what the Lord thinks about the matter, whatever the matter is. So when it comes down to this issue, as far as my general thinking is concerned, the truth will set you free. So find it and get liberated, we're done. Can we now move on in life with more truth. But I ran into a stumbling block, I shouldn't call it that I ran into a route, where I began to really understand that if I don't get why the actions are what they are by those who oppose this or those who destroy that if I don't get the root of their thinking, not the root of the evil but the root of their thinking. Then I probably cannot help them. I can't at that point. Bring them to the table of ideas. I can't Get to the main course, if you will, because the appetiser has to be served. And that appetiser, if you will, is compassionate.
Sean Morgan 05:08
So you're telling me about a person that was I think they were doing like a selfie thing and crying during one of these marches, and I think there are enough experience, there are enough people with enough experiences of oppression and victimisation in their own lives that they could tap into that and feel that pain. There are also a lot of white people out there who actually are not really representing themselves. It's kind of a weird thing. I don't really understand it, but I'm trying to where they're going out there and they're marching for Black Lives Matter, even though they're not black. And so but there's some kind of underlying guilt or something there. Have you thought about that at all?
James Calvin Tibbs 05:58
Yeah, in our home, we have To 30 somethings who are of the mindset, they work at Georgia State University, I don't know if I should put that plug out. But anyway, that's where they work. And one of them is going through a book inside of, you know, just the zoom environment because they're not physically there. And they're talking about this book called white fragility. And the book has been a place of major contention for both blacks and whites apparently, in that group, where many have fallen off because it's too tough to talk about. I do think that there is this out of balance thing, and my daughter and I are oldest daughter and I were talking about this just yesterday. The white people who have, if you will, nothing to do with this, are still trying to find footing, because their skin colour is now viewed as adversarial when they personally have nothing to do with it. So do we lump everybody in there together. And by the way, if you're black, we will up all of those people in there together. And I honestly think that's the narrative of the darkness, not of these movements, the movements have their share of light and darkness in them. And if they're intent upon, you know, overthrow to the degree of, let's just call it satanic activity, then it's pure darkness. But generally speaking, there are some people in there who are just going along with the crowd as antagonists in there. And so I think that narrative from the darkness is make every white person this way and every black person that way, get us in our little silos, and then tell us how to think. And I don't think that's gonna work in Americans even now.
Sean Morgan 07:39
Right. And that's why I was kind of talking about my experience in my community, that there wasn't that tension. There still isn't thank god like it. All of this brainwashing and propaganda to get us to be against each other. It's still not working in my community. But when you start getting people into a group, And get them marching. And there's a couple people there with weapons and there's a strategically placed pallet of bricks. And then people start chanting something, and then everyone's chanting the same thing. And then there's a conflict in the crowd, then all of a sudden, that person who wasn't really considering being violent at all can get kind of whipped up in the frenzy of it all. So let's go back to this idea that there are some people in these movements who are ill intention, they're not doing this because they want equality. They're kind of going from I was oppressed. Now I want to oppress other people. Or maybe they weren't oppressed at all. And, for example, in in the autonomous zone in Seattle, you had this rapper, you know, who was the kind of Lord of this autonomous decision. And his name was rad. I don't know if you know about this story. But he he had like, luxury cars and he lived in a mansion and all of this stuff. So he didn't seem like a very oppressed person. And same thing when you look at Colin Kaepernick or bubba Wallace, and some of these people were these social justice warriors. There's some of the most privileged people you can imagine. And then when someone like bubba wallace pulls off a hate hoax, it just makes you It makes you react to them like Hey, you, you don't really have problems. Maybe you're, you're not in this story. Maybe you're trying to co OPT it for your own advantage. So anyway, let's get back to the idea that there are real people with real problems. They're regular people. And then there are these may be people who have not had experiences of victimisation as far as race but they're part of this because of some feeling of guilt. So how do you think, in our communities on a one on one basis, we can one address real racism and to address the real pain that everyone's feeling or the real guilt or whatever it is, and kind of unravel this ugly mess of darkness that's being being woven by by darker forces? How do we unravel that web?
James Calvin Tibbs 10:24
You know, you you said a lot in that in the first point that to me it is it has to be indeed one on one. And even before it gets outside, where it's one on one, it has to be inside where it's one on one, the person with their Creator, because God made us all. If you go back to the book of Genesis, it says let them have dominion. But I think somewhere along the way, we didn't read what the rest of it said it didn't say the dominion over one another. It says dominion and rule therefore over the earth, which would include the plants, the animals and things of that nature. So if we get back to the one What are we here for what is our divine purpose? And if we understand that as not being a spooky thing I say often to people once I finished this wonderful course called purpose development, I became a certified coach. And that deal is to understand that the the person's purpose is not like looking for a needle in the haystack, a person's purpose is the haystack. So if Generally, we can get back to the one idea that we're here to bring value to the community. If we get that in ourselves first in our families first, then when we go to community, we have a congruent message. And whatever that messages that we've gotten together with God concerning with each other as a family unit, and then outside, then we're good to go. Because if that's not straight, then the narrative of those who are hurting will unravel our ability to help them because we've not gotten it right with God first. And that's what I said when we were first talking that you know, I've been kind of straight on with the idea that here's the The truth walk in the truth, what's up? What's the problem here, especially if you know the king walk in that truth. But twice, I have seen an indication that the pain level is so high in some people, that their actions are revealing they cannot hear. Since we cannot hear I must listen to what they're saying not the oppression from 200 years ago, nobody was here 200 years ago. But there are things that are triggering a memory. And now that moves into the spirit realm, also called familiar spirits, where what happened in a family 20 3060 years ago, is happening again. It's not because the devil is so powerful is because the family spirit is talked about and conversation and actions opens the door for the demonic realm, and with him being hidden sufficiently in his darkness. He gets a pass. So now we didn't blame instead of walk in a sense value. And because those conversations back to me and God, me and my family, and then me and my neighbour, then those things if they are not done in that order, the world will start telling us what we should think, versus us providing solutions from a position of strength.
Sean Morgan 13:17
Okay, that's the spirit, just coming back to the spiritual perspective is always helpful with with yourself and the way you relate to others. And I'm also considering the fact that the different sides here are not speaking the same language, like one side will say Black Lives Matter. And the other side will say all lives matter. And then the fact that the one side says all lives matter will trigger the other person say, Hey, now that you've said that you've proven you really don't understand my pain, you really don't understand anything that we're doing here. You're oblivious, and because you're oblivious, I get more angry. And there are these kind of strong demands like defund The police are saying like, they're not going from, hey, let's create a justice system for everyone. They're saying, No, let's not have a justice system. So it's like really extreme radical kind of reactions. And then the other side saying not only do I not want to defund the police, I probably want to fund them more, because I'm afraid of all of this chaos is in the streets. So how do we get these two sides to talk to each other in a language that's shared? And how do we get them to listen to each other? And how do we have you know, community change, because on a one on one change with your spirituality, that's very powerful. But it also seems like we need community change, right? And I'm, you know, from the Q perspective, I'm waiting for something big that we can all get on board on which is crimes against children. We can all get on board that that's wrong. We can all get on board that we need justice for that so that's what I'm waiting For, I'm not going to just wait for it forever. I'm also going to try to do my spiritual journey. As you mentioned, I'm going to try to do my community journey like I'm about to discuss with you. But I am very much thinking that there are some very big plot twists in this whole story that we're talking about the will unify us. Yes. So before we get into what will unify us? Can you tell me a little bit about how we can start to listen to each other and communicate with the same language?
James Calvin Tibbs 15:27
Well, I think again, you you've already kind of seated the process because the blood of the innocent as in children, is getting the attention and it has gotten the attention of the Creator for the longest time. So because of that, I honestly think that narrative, when it begins to unfold, is going to take off. And literally, I was thinking this two days ago, and I'm like, Wow, so now it's not COVID. Now, it's not racial unrest. It is this because more people can get on board with the idea that the innocent had been taken care of Then the idea that the innocent are not all that innocent at all regarding who is the oppressor or the oppressed in the culture, I think the adult in the room has got to assess the level of the conversation. In other words, if the hurting is hurt so badly, that the meaning assigned to words off, we can't continue to have a discussion and think is going to be profitable. Because the adult in the room does not understand that the child and I'm not saying the person who is advocating one way or the other, I'm simply saying, compensation should be easily conducted by adults. If a person cannot then and get they are themselves an adult, there must be something emotional that has occurred to cause them to not want to play if you will, at that level. So that's all i mean by that not to look down at a person, but to be the adult in the room to realise that if my country And the rules of how you think I should speak, are at odds if we're going to have a conversation, either you got to come up to realise that definitions do mean something, and not social definitions only, or I've got to come to where you are. And I've got to work my way into your confidence, because I'm really not against you, I am your keeper. We are humans, we carry the same class. We might not economically educationally or otherwise, but in terms of the species is humans and animals. So since we don't need to act like like animals, somebody's got to go high in internally to have enough patience to talk to the person to draw them into confidence, where they can release the pain, because the talking points of let's just say it in these terms. I'm trying to be careful how I put this but but the talking point For a weak minded person is given to them. Right? It doesn't come from them, it comes through them because someone gives it to them. And they adopt that because they feel weak. And now this gives me bold ness. So you can play on the level of my boldness, which is say this this way, or I'm not going to talk to you, I'm going to call you names. Somebody, again, it's got to be the adult in the room to recognise that's a painful situation right here. And again, I never really thought this way. I just thought we're talking. We're talking to adults. And if we're in discourse, we haven't discourse, even if it's agreement or disagreement, but I'm really, really understanding with this level of pain, that there is a degree whereby the person cannot express yet what they really are going through and if I combat, we have combative conversations over terms. I won't help them any further than that. And again, I'm assuming that I'm right in this context. I'm assuming I'm right and the reason I assume I'm right is because I have to lean to a higher source of truth. And that truth is that God made everybody. So since we're all made by him, how do I win you over and the Apostle Paul said that he says, when he was in Rome, he thought like they thought to win them. This mean that he compromised his faith, or even his walk, he says, but when I was in this group, I thought like them so Romans 13 says, When I was a child, I thought like a child a reason as a child, I acted like a child but when I'm a toward that context says, I can now be whatever I need to be for you. And most people aren't willing to be what that person needs because they don't like the with that person brings to the table, right? But the big picture is, I might not either but if I can win you as people, as friends as humans, then perhaps I can lead you to a place where you can find him for yourself because I'm not God, either one of his reps.
Sean Morgan 19:57
I am so with you there. It's, it's such a dance. It's such a balance of keeping your own integrity, your own truth, and yet still able to be flexible enough to step into the other person's shoes to see things from their perspective to listen to them, even though they might be acting out as a child and not speaking rationally and not being respectful to you. So I heard a lot of different things there. I heard that as a community, we need to have some kind of standard, like civil for civil discourse. And if people can't live up to that, well, then they don't get to participate in the community decisions. And that's a good thing. You don't want a bunch of images or, you know, perhaps violent and irrational people participating in the community decisions anyway. So that means that all the adults in the room get to determine the future of their communities. But what I also heard is that we can't just do the old style of community decision making which had to do with a dominance hierarchy, which had to do with ultra rationality and never considering emotions. We live in a very, in a society that's very rational, in the west to the point where I don't even like participating in things like a city council meeting, because it's so boring. It's just like, I put in motion this second this, you know, blah, blah, blah, all these protocols just it's not actually how we would do it if we wanted to sit around with our friends and make a decision. And, and so there's a therapeutic need, there's a therapeutic need to address people's emotions. And frankly, our communities don't have those tools. readily available. I'm sure they do have a communities do have those tools of pastors and therapists and and people know about this stuff, but they're not necessarily in the positions of power. I cannot wait until they are in positions of power. So So what do you think about that? Do you think more pastors and therapists and people who can see and understand the emotional level of things should be in power or step by step into the situation here to help us, help us cool things down? We absolutely
James Calvin Tibbs 22:24
have to, because as you indicated, there is so many changes that are underway, from the protocol, whatever that norm was. And there's a group, the Generation Z, who don't think protocol at all. So when you consider that even from a pastoral standpoint, I tell our folks all the time, when we were together, we still on YouTube, but don't evaluate my message. Live it. Don't evaluate what I say. assess it. digest it. And then give it the energy for redelivery from you. I'd say that to say it To many congregations, as if you will, my assessment is the nation acting this way, tells me the low spiritual effectiveness among churches. As far as I'm concerned, I am a pastor. Because if the word was as if the work was going forward the way that it needed to be, we wouldn't have this. So that tells me perhaps more conversations about getting blessed and getting rich and those things from church platforms, though I'm not against any of that. But it has left the person void of the tools themselves. Because I honestly think that well, for example, as a certified purpose development coach, you're just talking my language. That's why I'm about to come out of my seat because the design potential of an individual, we don't have to be religious about that. We just need to talk about what are you designed for, and based upon the intuitive side of that design and the gifts and talents side of that design? Let's go to work. Let's look at design. apathy. Design apathy is when a person doesn't know what they're here for, and therefore they tear stuff up, or they don't invest in their own potential because their growth potential is limited by their design apathy. So when we get in there and literally start having conversations about why are you here that what we call the big three purpose questions, why are you here? What are you supposed to be doing? And what help do you need from the divine? To help you carry that out? Once we can get an answer to that, and again, your purpose is not the needle, it's the haystack. Then we move to the unique purpose of the individual, which gives us the clues to help them with why they are here right now. I mean, the fact that we're all in a pandemic, that means that an abundance of solutions already on the planet and most times we look again to the narrative, what are the medical scientists say what are the metrics is the medical field say we ought to look there, but that's not the only place we are To be looking, some of us should be looking to start businesses because our design apathy kept us in jobs we hated. And now that you have a reprieve, hire yourself. They're not doing that. Because in their minds, design apathy says, I'm not, you know, I'm they may even lay me off. And so because there is no understanding about who they are as a person, as an individual who has been placed here with a high growth potential capacity, they move, I think, into the realm of the gutter ball by default. And I'm just going to go over here and wait this thing out, and hope I have a job when I come back. And that's not even if you will, the spirit of the American Revolution the ingenuity that brought this country to its inception, none of this stuff happened like that. It occurred because people did to take a chance. But now with whatever handouts whether it be a gotten a good job, whatever the levels have come from Are that mess with the high growth potential. It leaves people apathetic and empathetic to others who look like they look feel like they feel. And now we march together, metaphorically speaking to the beat of the world's drum, because the world is actually designed the system the cosmos is not just designed against people of colour. It's designed against people period, because the darkness Wants to Rule and that's why we have these conversations about defund the police. In lieu of what, Don't tell me it's this training, you can train and not defund the police. You can train on race relations, you can train on cultural relations and Community Relations while you train that police officer to pay attention to better things. In fact, I heard about a study, I think Yale conducted this study that said that the average white cop in the study if he saw a black person or white person, shot the black person first thought about shooting the white person. Second. Well, if that's real, there was that study not out there. Why are we not holding on to that study, and then training on what biases might exist from the culture for those carrying a gun and a badge, that's where the training ought to go. So if that person also doesn't belong there, then moved to the position that you belong in, so that you can fulfil the function again, of your design potential. So I'm saying all that to say even when, like, I got a good friend who's working in the same space, in fact, he's really the sort of a master of purpose development training. And this former list is get the blacks and the whites at the table and talk about getting to know each other. He's like, that hasn't worked for 50 years of the human development and growth space. It has not any work work now. We can't talk about what we don't like and like about each other and call that solutions. We've got to learn that the person who is opposite to us in colour and the person who is opposite to us in gender has value because they have an intelligent design, they have a purpose. And if I can understand what their purpose is, it's likely that I won't miss use their purpose but benefit from it now they feel value and vice versa on the other side, so you unlock a lot that place right there because honestly, I think that's how the gospel is gonna go forward with terms that don't have Matthew, Mark, Luke and john associated with it, but life and the life it by way of solutions will help that person understand. Not only do I do I have an intelligent design, I have an intelligent designer, I have helped getting what I need to get done. I have obstacles as does everyone, but we help them build parameters to understand how to move through all those things so that they can, as the world says, live my best life.
Sean Morgan 28:47
I think there is an issue with people not feeling like they have power in society, and certainly they do a power grab with violence. And so it's probably a tough tough thing for the people who do have power to relinquish some of it. And like you said, Everyone has their role to play, everyone has a strength and a weakness. And I think that actually most of us are on the same side here. There really there really are people who are just lording it over us with with with dominance. And, and we don't we don't have the the tools of making decisions in our society like we want to have. So something new has to, to manifest from from all of this chaos. You know, we've had a two party system for a reason we have men and women we have left and right. And what happens is they have these two completely radical different ideas and then when they come to the table, something that's not like this and not like this ends up synthesising from it. But now it's getting it's getting even more radical where one side saying we need to pull down statues. And the other side saying, you get 10 years in jail if you pull down a statue and I'm building a new statue Park, by the way, and one side saying, you know, my body, my, my, my right my body, whatever. And the other side saying abortion is murder. And so it's very hard to come and talk about these issues when we're so we have such a distance between each other, that it really is like a different language. If you bring someone who speaks, you know, English and French to the same table, they might be able to find a couple of words that are kind of the same, but for the most part, they would be kind of clueless, and they'd have to find a new way of communicating isn't with vocal language. That's Seems kind of like what you were saying with we need to start speaking in emotional language with each other. Yeah, really empathising, just to bring it back to Scripture, something that came to mind was when, at the Last Supper, when Christ wanted to wash the feet of the disciples, that that was an interesting flip of the power structure there. When when Christ decided to become the servant, and that was very uncomfortable for Peter, could you talk about that? Do you think that has anything to do with our conversation?
James Calvin Tibbs 31:38
This is very interesting. So yeah, I do because the rest of that verse then says, Now you go and do the same washing on one another's feet. And that's exactly what we did many, many years ago. And as we are about to go back, after COVID, or in the midst of it, that's Exactly what I heard, that we needed to do, but not me doing them doing it with each other. And I think that's the fear factor. The fear factor from the factions that want to, if you will keep it as it is, doesn't want to share power power is a greedy thing. In fact, we talked about something called the appetite for power over the appetite for purpose. And I do believe that, for example, this dynamism of a unity with government. And by the way to include the clergy, I don't know, I don't like that word clergy, but the clergy to include the clergy. When I went once to a foreign country went to several but this particular one was in Indonesia, which happens to be the biggest population of Muslims in the world, even more than even in Mecca, or even inside of the Middle East itself. And around two o'clock in the morning, now we're already 1112 hours different so we're pretty sleepy by this time. When we hear on the intercom, these very loud noises, I will not mimic them in case I offend somebody. But they were pretty loud. And they didn't care that you were asleep in your American Hotel in their country, they didn't care. It went from Part A to another person because you can kind of hear the sound moving. we later found out that there were three speakers in the in the area. And each person took their turn to pray. So my thought was interesting. They didn't ask me if I was okay with this. The sound ordinance being broken in my hotel. They were painful. They didn't ask me a single question about whether I agree with having to be awakened at all. And then it dawned to me at that point, as is the case around the globe. Every nation has a god. Every single nation, America tries to act like it doesn't have a god. We weren't founded on Judeo Christian this that any other. We are culture of many languages, many, many religions, we might be but we were found Did based upon the framers who use the various scriptures to teach people to read? So since that's in place, but it's almost looked upon, like it's not in place, it's difficult for the two groups to come together to the side, what is our baseline, right? What is the baseline truth? Because the scripture has been torn. And now humanism, or the view of mankind is right alongside that, and that's the reason why it's a woman's right to choose verses. Well, it looks like you're killing the child with your life and your rights. And when we find it in Scripture, we have a very easy place. But the idea that church is separate from the ideas on Capitol Hill is a misnomer when they pray before they even get started. But then we exclude him when we talk. And that's the issue. I think that is going to be dealt with. I think clergy is going to start getting invited as it already is because President Trump has a whole bunch of folks In his ear in that context, I think that the church has to give its voice to morality and not just the morality as assigned to the culture.
Sean Morgan 35:11
And how do we wash each other's feet? In our culture? What does that look like?
James Calvin Tibbs 35:17
That's a deep question. As a very deep question. It really for me, for me, it deals with having a heart change in the manner in which I address people, if you will, that have a different view. And I view them from a desire to serve them by listening to them first. Because if we listen first, we just again fulfil scripture without even putting in their being, so to speak quicker to listen and slow to get mad or to wrath with the person that we disagree with. So it really becomes a personal quest to really put the other person first in thinking and hearing and even again, if Service, then that could happen all over America at the same time.
Sean Morgan 36:05
And here's the weird balance to all of that, which is that at the same time, it seems like we need to stand in our sovereignty. We need to set limits and boundaries to what people can do to ourselves and our community. So so that's that's the trick right? To How do I say, Hey, this is what I believe this is who I am. This is my community, we will not allow you to use violence and intimidation against us. But I also love you as a brother and I'm here to listen to you and serve you. Yeah, that is the magic combination, isn't it?
James Calvin Tibbs 36:41
It is that's what's weird because it's almost like again being the parent, but the parent has the power to stop the tirade that's underway. The parent also has the patience to listen well, a little Johnny tells you what's in his personality that you might need to learn in order to train him. Obviously, we're dealing with people who are complete and total strangers, protection personal, several civil liberties should not be violated and therefore that protection has to occur. And then the unusual occurs after that we then deal with hearing where their pain is. And it's almost like we've done one or the other. And honestly, I think that's the reason why some people have issues with President Trump because they say he seems impassionate with this dispassionate when he's just not from these, this life, he's not from the struggle when you are a billionaire, whether you are black or white, if you're a billionaire, your world is different from folks who tear things up or have a systemic issue. It's just different. I'm not saying it's right or wrong. I'm just saying it's different. So to try to get him to be both of those, when he's primarily the one who provides the civil portion is probably a mistake, because we're trying to get a president to be a pastor and he's not Right.
Sean Morgan 38:01
Yeah. And it's also you know why we have a left and a right and a man and a woman, we're missing that sacred feminine, which is the ability to, to, to address the emotional side of the layer of life. So, yeah, I, I know it's going to turn out that as a society, we synthesise these things, and we're going to come to a solution. I believe that we're going to right before a breakthrough. What's interesting with my personal spiritual journey is they usually God shows me the worst of myself. Before I'm able to work God gives me a break and that and then things get easier and then I'm like, wow, I, I went too far, or I didn't believe I lost faith before I should have, you know, that kind of thing. I feel like that's where we're at that darkest hour before dawn and as a collective Do you think we're, we're in for some breakthrough soon in our culture?
James Calvin Tibbs 39:04
I do. And it's interesting witness which you said again, because to me, the fact that you're even focused upon how he's responding to you is that first part of the footwashing because it's a soul washing. And then that now means I carry that insight into my next deliberation or into my next opportunity. I think it's that breakthrough right there. I tell our folks get on social media. It doesn't matter what your platform is. your walk with God does not have to be expressed based upon what your pastor says. It has to be expressed through your lived experience, like you just mentioned. And I think when that happens more, the table of ideas will now get the input from a person who is designed to be there. It may not be global, in the sense of notoriety, it just may be the 12 people that you knew from High School and they liked you back then they kind of like you now so they're listening. So I think that's the breakthrough. I don't think it's the red coats against the blue coats. Like you mentioned before. I don't think it's just the pastor's washing the feet. I think it's every person literally having spiritual breakthroughs that they bring to the marketplace to the to the community. And before you know it, there's an okay idea to share something that they normally ordinarily waited for a forum to listen to. So
Sean Morgan 40:34
yeah, yeah, it sounds like, what you're saying is that people need to just be brave enough to share their experience. And right now we have this mandated mask like muzzling you. So it's interesting that sometimes when, when authority tries to overdo the authority and makes people react the other way, so I think after society's tired of being muzzled? They will speak even more boldly than they did before this whole plan demick this whole whole thing trying to get people to isolate, you know, six feet away from each other, don't go out don't go to your jobs, don't go to school all all that thing is just gonna make make us a value connection even more.
James Calvin Tibbs 41:25
Yes. Yes. You hit it, you hit the dog. This didn't expect that.
Sean Morgan 41:34
Right? Well, it gives me some hope and some faith to talk to you today, pastor and where can people go to learn more about you and your church?
James Calvin Tibbs 41:43
They can go to Katie church.org Katie church.org. And all of our information is there in the Events tab when we're on YouTube and different places like that and provide another link if they want to get a book that's designed to pray for the President. Actually I changed the title in some of it, pray for America. Pray for the president, the Congress in the Senate, and when that's done, I think will really make some progress because those voices are loosed from the Muslim.
Sean Morgan 42:15
Absolutely. Thank you, Pastor for joining me today.
James Calvin Tibbs 42:18
Thank you. Thank you. So
Sean Morgan 42:20
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