The Gospel, the good news of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, is the story of how the King of the world gave up his own life in order to make a pauper into a prince, an orphan into a beloved child. Now that we have gone from outcast and enemy to cherished and loved, it can not be that only a part of our life, or even a few pieces of our life looks different. It is only fitting that our brand new identity brings with it a radically different life. (For a prince's life does not look like a pauper's and a beloved child does not live like an orphan would.) We still work, play, rest and seek to obey, but we no longer do those things in order to prove ourselves and scrape towards a better existence. Now, our entire life is an act of worship. We live a life of thanks, worshipping the one who has completed the work for us, who has mended what was broken, and erased the punishment that was due to us. Join us over the next four weeks as we look at how our entire lives have become everyday worship.