Resources

Ideas are great, but resisting the secular slide requires new practices and rhythms to aim our lives at God’s Kingdom. Get some ideas here.

The goal here is to inspire short and simple thoughtful practices (praxis) whether for individuals or communities, that fit into daily or weekly rhythms, to create a stronger community that resists secularism and seeks God in the everyday (e.g. prayer, fasting, service, practical experiments). Whilst there is much more on offer in Malyon College’s Theology of Everyday Life course, here are some key books to start your journey of reforming your daily rhythms…

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