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June 18, 2017

Series:  Theology of Play

Title: Play Matters

During the summer we are going to try and slow things down a bit and look at the idea of—PLAY. Robert Banks says this: “Our present experience of eternal life should call us to question the desperate busyness which marks so many Christians. To engage in frantic activity is to become enmeshed in the time patterns of the world which will one day come to an end and is even now passing away (1 Corinthians 7:29,30).” What does it mean to move toward a theology of play in a leisure- hungry and work-addicted culture? Plan to be with us as we explore this topic in a study called: PLAY Matters.

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