Episode 1

The Reframing Story


ReFrame aims to help you live out faith in everyday life, encouraging you to encounter Jesus afresh and allowing his story to shape your own. This first session explores how a fragmented and complex world can tempt Christians to either withdraw from or assimilate to the culture around them. However, the true story of Jesus enables Christians to resist these temptations and live integrated and faithful lives.

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ReFrame aims to help you live out faith in everyday life, encouraging you to encounter Jesus afresh and allowing his story to shape your own. This first session explores how a fragmented and complex world can tempt Christians to either withdraw from or assimilate to the culture around them. However, the true story of Jesus enables Christians to resist these temptations and live integrated and faithful lives.

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ReFrame aims to help you live out faith in everyday life, encouraging you to encounter Jesus afresh and allowing his story to shape your own. This first session explores how a fragmented and complex world can tempt Christians to either withdraw from or assimilate to the culture around them. However, the true story of Jesus enables Christians to resist these temptations and live integrated and faithful lives.

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Episode outline

  • Complexity—Modern life is getting more complex and fragmented.
  • Integration—We experience competing cultural messages and can find it difficult to integrate life with faith.
  • Assimilate or Withdraw—The complexity and challenge of living out one’s faith tempts Christians to assimilate or withdraw.
  • Example of Emmaus—Knowing the biblical story and being shaped by it helps us live integrated and authentic lives.
  • Jesus—The true story of Jesus makes sense of everything, bringing meaning and purpose to all of life.

Sample discussion questions

  • What types of complexity and fragmentation characterize modern life?
  • In what ways are our lives becoming more or less complicated?
  • What are some areas of life that Christians struggle to connect with their faith?
  • What questions are you currently wrestling with?

Featuring

  • Steven-garber

    Steven Garber

    ReFrame Associate Producer, Founder and Principal
    The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation & Culture

  • Craig-gay

    Craig Gay

    Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies
    Regent College

  • Sally-lloydjones

    Sally Lloyd-Jones

    Author
    New York

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    Susan Phillips

    Executive Director and Professor of Sociology and Christianity
    New College Berkeley

  • Paul-williams

    Paul Williams

    ReFrame Executive Producer, Chief Executive, Bible Society. Research Professor, Marketplace Theology & Leadership.
    Regent College

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    Marketplace Institute
    5800 University Blvd.
    Vancouver, B.C. V6T 2E4
    Canada
  • Phone: (604) 224-3245
    Fax: (604) 224-3097
    Toll free: 1-800-663-8664
    reframe@regent-college.edu
Episode 1

The Reframing Story


ReFrame aims to help you live out faith in everyday life, encouraging you to encounter Jesus afresh and allowing his story to shape your own. This first session explores how a fragmented and complex world can tempt Christians to either withdraw from or assimilate to the culture around them. However, the true story of Jesus enables Christians to resist these temptations and live integrated and faithful lives.

Watch

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Preview

Watch Full Episode video_play_overlay

Full video

The Reframing Story


ReFrame aims to help you live out faith in everyday life, encouraging you to encounter Jesus afresh and allowing his story to shape your own. This first session explores how a fragmented and complex world can tempt Christians to either withdraw from or assimilate to the culture around them. However, the true story of Jesus enables Christians to resist these temptations and live integrated and faithful lives.

Watch

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Full video

The Reframing Story

Watch

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Preview

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Full video


ReFrame aims to help you live out faith in everyday life, encouraging you to encounter Jesus afresh and allowing his story to shape your own. This first session explores how a fragmented and complex world can tempt Christians to either withdraw from or assimilate to the culture around them. However, the true story of Jesus enables Christians to resist these temptations and live integrated and faithful lives.

×
×

Episode outline

  • Complexity—Modern life is getting more complex and fragmented.
  • Integration—We experience competing cultural messages and can find it difficult to integrate life with faith.
  • Assimilate or Withdraw—The complexity and challenge of living out one’s faith tempts Christians to assimilate or withdraw.
  • Example of Emmaus—Knowing the biblical story and being shaped by it helps us live integrated and authentic lives.
  • Jesus—The true story of Jesus makes sense of everything, bringing meaning and purpose to all of life.

Sample discussion questions

  • What types of complexity and fragmentation characterize modern life?
  • In what ways are our lives becoming more or less complicated?
  • What are some areas of life that Christians struggle to connect with their faith?
  • What questions are you currently wrestling with?

Featuring

  • Steven-garber

    Steven Garber

    ReFrame Associate Producer, Founder and Principal
    The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation & Culture

  • Craig-gay

    Craig Gay

    Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies
    Regent College

  • Sally-lloydjones

    Sally Lloyd-Jones

    Author
    New York

  • Download_(2)

    Susan Phillips

    Executive Director and Professor of Sociology and Christianity
    New College Berkeley

  • Paul-williams

    Paul Williams

    ReFrame Executive Producer, Chief Executive, Bible Society. Research Professor, Marketplace Theology & Leadership.
    Regent College

  • Regent College Website
  • Regent College Marketplace Institute
  • The Washington Institute For Faith, Vocation and Culture
  • CONTACT REFRAME
    Marketplace Institute
    5800 University Blvd.
    Vancouver, B.C. V6T 2E4
    Canada
  • Phone: (604) 224-3245
    Fax: (604) 224-3097
    Toll free: 1-800-663-8664
    reframe@regent-college.edu