For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles is a seven-part film series that explores big picture questions, like, "What is our salvation actually FOR?"
Join Evan and his friends on a creative journey to discover God's Economy of All Things.
Ep 1 - Exile
Our journey begins by discovering a new – yet ancient – perspective: we are exiles, "not home yet," called to live as gift-givers wherever we are.
Ep 2 - The Economy of Love
What is the point of family? We'll explore God's design for family – how it shapes us as individuals and contributes to the flourishing of our communities.
Ep 3 - Creative Service
Is our labor in the world about survival, or is there more to the "daily grind"? We'll take a closer look at how our individual and collaborative endeavors play a part in a divine project of creativity.
Ep 4 - The Economy of Order
It's not hard to find pain in this world. How do we seek justice for the oppressed? I wonder if creativity, freedom and hospitality have something to do with the answers we're searching for?
Ep 5 - The Economy of Wisdom
Why should we know stuff? To accumulate knowledge? To get a good job? Maybe God gives us unique callings to understand his creation and use what we learn to serve others?
Ep 6 - The Economy of Wonder
Must everything have a practical usefulness, or is there value in being useless? Perhaps, the blessed inefficiency of wonder helps us grasp God's extravagant, gratuitous love for us. "Taste and see that the Lord is good."
Ep 7 - The Church
In our quest to know and live out "God's Economy of All Things," a rather large question remains: "What is the role of the church in the world?" Do our stories of exile have a purpose in God's plan for all things?