[Altar]ed Culture: Discovering the Path to a Culture of Worship

Overview

Each person is given the opportunity to respond to popular culture in a variety of ways. They can condemn, critique, consume or copy. Not only do individuals have this choice, each church has to choose its response to culture as well. What if we were never designed to passively respond to culture, but to create it? God specifically created each person to build a culture that honors Him.

We are called to create a culture around us based upon the worship of God. The purpose of ...

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Overview

Each person is given the opportunity to respond to popular culture in a variety of ways. They can condemn, critique, consume or copy. Not only do individuals have this choice, each church has to choose its response to culture as well. What if we were never designed to passively respond to culture, but to create it? God specifically created each person to build a culture that honors Him.

We are called to create a culture around us based upon the worship of God. The purpose of this culture is help people engage in worship beyond the corporate worship service. To teach them how to hear and see what God is doing and carry it out in every relationship and situation they encounter. To present something new and more compelling to the world than what they have seen before.

This book will help you discover how to create culture by examining Jesus' example and then give you practical application on how to apply it to your life. This book is an invitation to come and discover the path towards creating a culture that acknowledges and worships God.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781475139419
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/11/2012
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.39 (d)

Meet the Author

Eric Freeman has a passion to help people encounter and walk with God in every context of their lives. He primarily does this through the tool and expression of music, but also teaches what resonates in the core of his being through writing. He is based out of Greensboro, NC and spends a majority of his time raising up future worship leaders and creating culture within his local church, Daystar Church. He has a strong desire to lead current and future generations into an authentic encounter with God through music, teaching, and relationship. His partner in this journey is his lovely wife Amanda.
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