The consumer culture holds the belief that no amount is enough. The free market ideology produces economic crises, violence, and an exhausted planet.  On August 9, the Parkway men’s group began exploring a new narrative, a shift in our thinking and speaking, to take us out of a culture of addictive consumption into a place where contract is replaced by covenant, consumption is replaced by neighborliness, and time is reclaimed as our own. We will be guided in this study through reading An Other Kingdom by Peter Block, Walter Brueggemann, and John McKnight.

Any man is welcome to join us on Wednesday mornings at 7 a.m. at Magnolia Bakery and Cafe’ on South Old Peachtree in Norcross. If you have any questions, contact Jim King at jking@parkway-baptist.org.