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Prayer Breakfast
Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 06:00am - 07:05am
This repeat is an exception to the normal repeat pattern
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Seculosity for WEBReading for Week 5 (June 30-July 1) – pgs. 105-132
The Seculosity of Leisure
and The Seculosity of Food
full reading schedule below

Tuesdays at 6:00a  |  Wednesdays at 7:00p  |  Facilitated by Pastoral Intern Taran & Pr. Peter  |  7-week study via Zoom

The Tuesday Morning Prayer Breakfast Group and Wednesday Adult Class groups requested a summer read that would be "light and fun." This request comes following the groups' two deeper dives with Dialogues on Race and The Cost of Discipleship. As an easier read, but still rich in content … (drum roll please) … Intern Pr. Taran and Pr. Peter will lead a reading of Seculosity by David Zahl.

In an editorial review from The Washington Times, David Ignatius states, "Zahl's wise, funny book ranges from high culture to low, from Jane Austen to World Wide Wrestling, from Karl Friedrich Nietzsche to Donkey Kong to expose the false gods of the 'seculosity' that dominate our age. His message is subtle but straightforward: slow down and open yourself to the indescribable, inexorable mystery of God's grace."

The reading schedule will be forth coming. Please order your copies now! Both groups will begin their study and conversation the first week of June. This is a perfect time to join either group! If you'd like to join or invite a friend, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for the Zoom link.

The book is available via Kindle, hardcover, paperback, or Audiobook formats. Click here.

Seven-Week reading Schedule for Seculosity
Week 1 (June 2-3) – pgs. xi-15
Intro and The Seculosity of Busyness

Week 2 (June 9-10) – pgs. 17-39
The Seculosity of Romance

Week 3 (June 16-17) – pgs. 41-63
The Seculosity of Parenting

Week 4 (June 23-24) – pgs. 65-103
The Seculosity of Technology and The Seculosity of Work

Week 5 (June 30-July 1) – pgs. 105-132
The Seculosity of Leisure and The Seculosity of Food

Week 6 (July 7-8) – pgs. 135-159
The Seculosity of Politics

Week 7 (July 14-15) – pgs. 161-191
The Seculosity of Jesusland and What to "Do" about It