Christianity & Culture Conference
September 9, 2022 to September 10, 2022
Location: 123 S. Beaver St., Flagstaff, Arizona 86001Category: Church Gathering | Coordinator: Church Office
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$5 for students, $10 for adults, $25 for family registration.
Skin Deep - Friday, 6:15pm (Nathan)
Be prepared for controversy as you consider what culture has taught you about beauty in all of its dysfunction. The culture firmly believes that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but is it? Is beauty really all that important? Find out what God thinks about beauty.
Vocation - Friday, 7:40pm (Mike)
This lecture presents the basics of the Christian view of “calling” in all areas of life—family, church, work, and country. What does it mean to be “called” to a job or to a role in one’s family, and how does it help to think about life through the lens of calling? The discussion answers the questions “how do I know my calling?” and “are some jobs more “Christian” than others”?
TechnoBabel - Saturday, 9:45am (Nathan)
What does the Bible have to say about technology? More than you think. In this lecture, you’ll examine the Tower of Babel story (Genesis 11) to build a Biblical understanding of technology. Then, you’ll contemplate how to apply those principles to your life.
The Roots of Order - Saturday, 11:05am (Mike)
This lecture introduces you to the foundations of law and justice, including the source of law, the definition of liberty, and the principle of jurisdiction based on God’s delegated authority to separate and interdependent human governments—state, church, and family.
Amnesia - Saturday, 2:05pm (Nathan)
Follow along with G. K. Chesterton as you revive a wonder for ordinary things. God made the world beautiful and strange, but you and I grow accustomed to its beauty and forget. For one hour, remember that sense of surprise that first captured you as a child. In the process, you remember who you are.
Success - Saturday, 3:20pm (Mike)
A meditation on the book of Joshua and the military and spiritual success he models. You will answer the question: Should I pursue success . . . . or faithfulness?