Our desires and dreams are framed by certain ‘stories’ about what life should be like - preferably involving a nice house, untroubled relationships, and a secure job.
And some of today’s most persuasive cultural drivers - capitalism and consumerism - can incline us to co-opt the Christian faith and church life as convenient ‘resources’ in this quest for fulfilment.
But what if worship - in the gathered church and in everyday life - was strong enough to reorientate our desires? What would such worship look like? How might habits and practices grounded in the gospel and nurtured in relationship with others train us to live differently in the world?
Join Jason Clark live online for an exploration of how worship re-narrates our lives, forms our identity, and equips us to take part in God’s mission in the world. Jason is a senior leader of Vineyard Church, Sutton and is currently completing his PhD research on the church and consumer culture.
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