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Andy Crouch’s new book, The Life We’re Looking For: Reclaiming Relationship in a Technological World (Convergent, 2022) paints a vivid picture of how we’ve been deceived by a false vision of human flourishing as we live enthralled with the ever-evolving technologies flooding the marketplace. But more than just diagnosing our existential crisis; he offers a compelling vision for strengthening our individual and communal capacity for love and service. He does this by gleaning lessons from the Christian movement’s early social innovations and its core appreciation of the value of each person.
We will discuss this book two weeks after the October 11 Andy Crouch event at Upper House. Whether you participated in that event and received the book then, or simply have the book on hand and wish to discuss it, you are welcome to attend. John Terrill will facilitate the discussion so that whatever your role in life—leader, professor, parent, student, or pastor—our conversation will be enriching.
Please join us as we engage contemporary experience with Christian wisdom—for our own wellbeing, as well as our family’s and community’s.
Bring your own copy of the The Life We’re Looking For: Reclaiming Relationship in a Technological World (Convergent, 2022) to this gathering. You might also purchase an ebook for around $10.
About the Author
Andy Crouch is partner for theology and culture at Praxis, an organization that works as a creative engine for redemptive entrepreneurship. His writing explores faith, culture, and the image of God in the domains of technology, power, leadership, and the arts. He is the author of five books (plus another with his daughter, Amy Crouch), accessible at andy-crouch.com.
Andy serves on the governing board of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He also serves as an advisor to The Repentance Project, The Pelican Project, and Revoice. For more than ten years he was an editor and producer at Christianity Today, including serving as executive editor from 2012 to 2016. He served the John Templeton Foundation in 2017 as senior strategist for communication. From 1998 to 2003, Andy was the editor-in-chief of re:generation quarterly, a magazine for an emerging generation of culturally creative Christians, and for ten years he was a campus minister with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Harvard University.
Andy studied classics at Cornell University and received an M.Div. summa cum laude from Boston University School of Theology. A classically trained musician who draws on pop, folk, rock, jazz, and gospel, he has led musical worship for congregations of 5 to 20,000. He lives with his family in Pennsylvania.