Faith & Bite-Sized Films
Every other Wednesday at 12:30pm on Zoom
How is it that some chefs can create such a tiny morsel with a flavor profile that packs a punch? We’re not talking about hot & spicy; more like flavors that are provocative, engaging, lingering. They are the ones that make you stop, savor, and be transformed.
Much like these Small Bites of food, The Work of the People created short films with engaging theologians, missionaries, thinkers, authors, and more that are provocative, engaging, and cause us to linger.
Contact Gina Dawson, Director of Adult Discipleship, to receive the Zoom credentials. If you've never used Zoom before, here is a great tutorial on how to use it. The presenter does a great job of taking you step by step on how to access a Zoom call. And Gina can always perform a test with you before our session begins!
March 3: Lent and Dying to Yourself
Author and historian Diana Butler Bass talks about Lent and dying to yourself. She holds a Ph.D. in religious studies from Duke University and is the author of eight books.
March 17: Kingdom Wine
How are we to be Christian in this American empire. Brian Zahnd on journey from grape juice to wine.
March 31: Stranger with Restoration Village Arts
From Romans 12: If your enemies are hungry, feed them. If your enemies are thirsty, give them something to drink. Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good."