For the Life of the World

For the Life of the World August 27, 2014

exileYour “resource of the day” comes courtesy of our friends at the Acton Institute, who have recently released a seven-part film series called For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles:

Ever wondered what it means to be “in the world but not of it?”

For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles is a seven-part film series that explores big picture questions, like, “What is our salvation actually FOR?”

Join Evan and his friends on a creative journey to discover God’s Economy of All Things.

You can see an excerpt from the DVD, read more about it, and follow a link to get a copy all via Acton’s new blog here on the Faith and Work Channel, Oikonomia (go here).  In addition, a blog specifically related to the film has been set up here with all kinds of thought-provoking posts (the one on top as I write this is “How God Shows Up in a Gig Economy.”) Check it out!

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