Another thought-jarring, heart-shaking interview by The Work of the People: In this video, New Zealand urban missiologist, churchplanter, community organizer, writer and theologian-philosopher,Viv Grigg talks about how cooperative economics can be central to a more radical and embodied Christian discipleship. What is so disturbing about Viv’s word is that it challenges many of our preconceived notions about what it means to be a follower of Jesus in America and the Western world. There is so much we could change about the way we live in order to enact a more faithful pursuit of Jesus – but is it too costly?
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