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When: 1/28 - 3/3 

What: Our greatest need is to be recognized—to be seen, loved, and embedded in rich relationships with those around us. But for the last century, we’ve displaced that need with the ease of technology. We’ve dreamed of mastery without relationship (what the premodern world called magic) and abundance without dependence (what Jesus called Mammon). Yet even before a pandemic disrupted that quest, we felt threatened and strangely out of place: lonely, anxious, bored amid endless options, oddly disconnected amid infinite connections.

In The Life We’re Looking For, bestselling author Andy Crouch shows how we have been seduced by a false vision of human flourishing—and how each of us can fight back. From the social innovations of the early Christian movement to the efforts of entrepreneurs working to create more humane technology, Crouch shows how we can restore true community and put people first in a world dominated by money, power, and devices. (excerpt from the book found here)

Reading Plan:

1/28 - Chs. 1-2

2/4 -  Chs. 3-4

2/11 - Chs. 5-6

2/18 - Chs.7-8

2/25 - Chs. 9-10

3/3 - Chs. 11-12

*We recommend you read the chapters after each sermon on Sunday during the week. 

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