The Work of the People

DEC 04, 2014 - Visual Epistles
Preview_screen_shot_2013-03-15_at_2.52.29_pm

Vocation as Looking

Vocation as Looking is the seventh and last session from A Calling to the Beloved, a 7 film series on entering a life of vocation. Also the second collection from our new "Poieō Series: Liturgy That Shapes and Transforms." (The word poieō in Greek means “to make” and “to do.” This is where we get the word “poem.” Poetry comes through the creative process that we put into our lives, our relationships, our most intimate connections. This series is a collection to stir our deep longing to set our lives into the rhythm and meter of an eternal song).

Many Christians ask, “What is God’s will for my life? What does God desire for me?” However, God has given us passion and desire for a reason, and perhaps that reason is to help us discover what it is we are truly searching for. Jean Vanier, director of the L’Arche community, shares with us how looking deeply can help us find who we truly are.

Watch film. Consider questions. (DOWNLOAD HERE). Comment below.

If you don't have a TWOTP subscription, get a 30 day free trial HERE .

This discussion will be facilitated by Phuc Luu, theological and philosophical writer for TWOTP. He is a professor of theology and philosophy in Houston, Texas.

comments powered by Disqus

About Altɐr

We believe there is an alternative narrative to the prevalent narrative of scarcity and fear. We believe God is moving and is behind an alternative narrative of abundance and freedom, a narrative in which fear gets defeated and love wins.

We believe God’s narrative requires we altǝr our perspective, that we step, in faith, into God’s upside down reality. In God’s reality we listen for, live and speak God’s upside down voice of faith, hope and love, not striving for ourselves but serving our neighbor. For all these reasons, this is Altǝr.

Stir Imagination. Spark discussion.

The Work of the People

Copyright © The Work of the People 2018. All rights reserved. Site by State.