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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
I think that some Christians are afraid of being too critical of conventional cultural trends out of a fear of being (or being perceived to be) legalistic, says Ken Myers. But, as he later points out, Endorsing a cultural trend is no less a judgment than criticizing it.
Everyday Christians are endorsing cultural trends both good and bad without realizing it. This 48-page resource is designed to help churches see and resist the values of our culture that do not honor God. Eugene Peterson, Ken Myers, and others offer keen insights on a variety of issues, including generational splits, consumerism, authenticity, meals, time management, and sleep.
NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: Culture Isn't Neutral
Deck: The church cannot assume that any contemporary cultural form is acceptable.
Author: Ken Myers
Title: Crafting a Way of Life
Deck: We must be more attentive to our cultural biases.
Author: interview with Ken Myers
Title: Eyeing the Cultural Lies
Deck: Questioning some common assumptions about ministry.
Author: interview with Eugene Peterson
Title: Controlling Our Desires
Deck: Beware the pitfalls of consumerism.
Author: Skye Jethani
Title: Here We Are to Worship
Deck: Six principles to help discern how worship should and shouldn't reflect today's culture.
Author: Brad Harper and Paul Louis Metzger
Title: Choosing Celibacy
Deck: We must stop thinking of singleness as a problem.
Author: Marcy Hintz
Title: For Shame
Deck: Christians should welcome, rather than stigmatize, unwed mothers and their children.
Author: Amy Laura Hall
Title: Sleep Therapy
Deck: The small, if challenging, task of becoming better rested.
Author: Lauren Winner