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New book from Rev. Otis Moss III aims to be a compass for spiritual resilience

Rev. Otis Moss III, senior pastor at Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago. Photo credit: Terence Crayton

New book from Rev. Otis Moss III aims to be a compass for spiritual resilience

Rev. Otis Moss III, senior pastor at Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago. Photo credit: Terence Crayton

New book from Rev. Otis Moss III aims to be a compass for spiritual resilience

In ‘Dancing In The Darkness,’ Moss argues we should fight for the soul of the country on a personal level and a political level.

Rev. Otis Moss III, senior pastor at Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago. Photo credit: Terence Crayton

   

Drawing on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s idea of three sides making up a complete life: the personal, the communal and the spiritual, Moss lays out how these components can help us meet the current moment in America.

Reset chats with the pastor about this vision, and how this can fortify hope.

GUEST: Rev. Otis Moss III, Senior Pastor at Trinity United Church of Christ, author Dancing In the Darkness, Spiritual Lessons for Thriving in Turbulent Times

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