Connecting Justice and Worship

Connecting Justice and Worship

PhD, President of Fuller Seminary

Connecting Justice and Worship

What is worship? How and why do we do it? Yes, worship can name a Sunday gathering of God’s people. But it also includes how we treat those around us, how we spend our money, and how we care for the lost and oppressed. Worship can and should encompass every dimension of our lives. This material, based on the book The Dangerous Act of Worship by Mark Labberton, provides you the opportunity to develop a clearer definition of what it means to embody God’s character through lives that seek righteousness and do justice.

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PhD, President of Fuller Seminary

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