Small Bites: Faith & Bite-Sized Films on Zoom
Thursday, August 20, 12:30pm: Worship is Life
How is it that some chefs can create such a tiny morsel with a flavor profile that packs a punch? We’re not talking about hot & spicy; more like flavors that are provocative, engaging, lingering. They are the ones that make you stop, savor, and be transformed.
Much like these Small Bites of food, The Work of the People created short films with engaging theologians, missionaries, thinkers, authors, and more that are provocative, engaging, and cause us to linger.
Our next thought-provoking film is “Worship is Life,” featuring a conversation with Marlon Hall. Marlon is a griot who enjoys telling stories. He uses photography, anthropology, filmmaking, and writing to share stories of love, imagination, and passion. He is the cultural architect and spiritual leader of The Awakenings Movement, a grassroots community of social visionaries and culture shapers in Houston, Detroit, and Nairobi. Join us over your lunch break as we watch and ponder a short video followed by our 15-20 minute discussion. Will you join with others in this Small Bite of time, opening ourselves to God’s work of transformation? Questions or to receive the Zoom credentials? (Contact Gina Dawson )