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Church Is A Place For Remembering The Future

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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The things we do shape what we believe much more than the things we say. As Jesus often taught, actions are the arena where our true beliefs are revealed.  So, if we hope to teach theological truth in our church contexts, we have to do it with practical actions as much as with words and ideas. This webinar was Part 2 of 3 in our Theology over Lunch webinar series.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to equip your church to enter into the story of God
  • The importance of creating a robust formational environment in worship
  • How the Vineyard approaches worship

” So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” —John 8:31-32:

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“People are really looking for communities of belonging.” —Liz Moore

Timeline:

3:58 What worship can look like
8:48 What worship is for
11:42 How the Vineyard approaches worship
17:13 Equipping your church to enter into the story of God
22:43 Developing a culture of intimate worship
27:32 Creating a robust formational environment
32:50 Church planting and worship
37:28 The role of beauty in worship

“Contemporary worship means more than ‘with the times’ but that we are “with God in a point in time’.” —Caleb Maskell

 Resources

Theology Over Lunch Part 1
The Vineyard Discipleship Guides
You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit  by James K. A. Smith
Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview, and Cultural Formation (Cultural Liturgies) by James K.A. Smith
Am I called to be a church planter: 10 Questions
SVS Conference in Wilmore, KY at Asbury Theological Seminary

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