Pop Culture Liturgies We all have stories, and the stories we share today are passed on through pop culture, such as TV, movies, ads, and social media. These stories shape us; they don’t just reflect our culture but project and create it. This series explore how these pop culture “liturgies” form our identity by teaching us what we should value, what should do, and how we should live.
I'm Lovin' It
Story and props
Signs Arguments can only take you so far, and the mere fact of confrontation can be off-putting. But what if there’s another way? What if we approached the question of God’s existence not as an “I’m right, you’re wrong” argument, but through the recognition that people interpret signs around them in different ways. So you can interpret the world around you as though there is no God, but here are a few signs that make me connect the dots in the way I do.
Justice shows God's among us
The pursuit of happiness
Why get up in the morning?
Words Matter In an image-saturated world, words still matter. In our friendships, marriages, and churches, how we use and misuse words will set the path either for pain or for flourishing. In this series, writer Branson Parler exhorts us to not take our words lightly, because the way we use our words ultimately points to the Word who became matter, became flesh, and dwelt among us.