We order the flow of our lives around what we value. These life rhythms also shape what we value. Therefore, everything we do—small and big, individual and communal—has significance. All that we do tells the story of what we worship and also, over time, determines what we worship. In His grace, God has called a people to himself so that He may reorder our loves, to cause our hearts to see and worship Him. Through the Gospel, God shows us that His person and glory are of ultimate value. Now, as His people, the rhythms of our lives may reflect the infinite worth of God and His work to renew all things.

You Are What You Love: Learning to Read Cultural Liturgies – JAMIE SMITH

Choose Your Narratives Carefully: Adopting & Adapting the Stories We Tell About Ourselves – MIKE COSPER

Enchantment, Abundance, and the Strange World of Worship – MIKE COSPER

The End of Worship and the Beginning of Mission: Restor(y)ing the Imagination – JAMIE SMITH

Ten Questions to Ask While Planning Worship – MIKE COSPER

Ministry in a Secular Age – JAMIE SMITH