What makes for a life worth living? And how do you decide on an answer? David Brooks asked those questions in his best-selling book The Second Mountain. At Yale University, professor Miroslav Volf pioneered the most popular course on campus to wrestle with those questions.
On Jan. 28, Country Club Christian Church hosted Brooks and Volf in this virtual presentation.
A great way to follow-up on this conversation with is to enroll in the course A Life Worth Living.
Winter session begins Mon., Feb.15, and the deadline to register is Mon., Feb. 8. Meets for five consecutive Mondays from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Central.
Free and open to anyone, but you must register. Space is limited for the winter course, but a spring session and summer session will follow.
A Life Worth Living Course
February 15, 22, March 1, 8, 15
The February/March session of this course is full. Register for the spring session below.
Led by Dr. Mike Graves
The phrase “the good life” has become cliché in our culture, usually indicated by prosperity. What does the good life actually look like? How do people decide for themselves? In this exciting launch of a new course, we will explore different approaches to these questions, focusing on three areas: self and others; pain and pleasure; and work and rest. This would be a great opportunity to invite people from outside of our congregation, even from outside of a Christian context.
Register now for the spring session of this course.
April 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12