From an early age, we learn to place our faith in a box. We may pull it out on Sundays, but we neatly return it to its hidden place the rest of the week.
As a result, faith has little to do with our day-to-day lives. We live, work and play as if God did not exist.
Faith deserves to be reunited with Monday to Saturday. Faith should have everything to do with our day-to-day lives. We should live, work and play for God’s glory.
How can you make faith impact the rest of your life? Practically speaking, what does it look like for faith to intersect with culture, work and economics?
Southeastern Seminary's Center for Faith and Culture seeks to answer these very questions. The result?