But what is it about football that brings people together? In Christianity Today, author Kutter Callaway speculates that there’s something about the liturgical nature of football that inspires such strong community. “Something meaningful is happening when people habitually gather with friends and family around a common experience mediated by a television screen that serves as the centerpiece of the American home. An impulse is hidden within this ritual practice that moves participants toward community…. What if Christians dove into this meaning-filled context by actively participating in it as people who have been shaped by the Christian vision?”
Are you watching the game this year? Tell us how you plan to celebrate in community!
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