TOTH: How Do World Slogans Influence Our Lives?

TOTH cook Leila Whelan. Photo by TK Thompson

How Do World Slogans Influence Our Lives?

By LISA ROTHROCK
TOTH

Who are we—really? Do we have to be rich, tall, beautiful, thin, powerful—whatever we as a society deem to be “worthy”?

To be good, beautiful, and true to ourselves, do we have to buy into the lies of the media? Or do we buy into the truth of God’s promises, that no matter who we are, we are beautiful in His eyes?

Join us at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church this Sunday evening, Aug. 10, for an evening sure to rock you with incredible music, great food, and Part One (of three parts) of an especially intriguing and thought-provoking homily.

As our seminarian and homilist Laurie Triplett says, “I will be using the Scripture from Romans 12:2, which says ‘Do not conform yourselves to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, so that you may judge what is God’s will, what is good, pleasing and perfect.’”

We offer a FREE community dinner and contemporary service of praise, worship, and fellowship. EVERYONE is welcome. Dinner will begin at 5:15 p.m., followed at 6:07 p.m. with the service and a live praise-and-worship band—come see what we’re all about!

And be sure to visit our website at latoth.org.

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