NOVEMBER 12, 2014 | 7:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.
The average American is exposed to nearly 3000 commercial messages each day. Many of these messages originate right here in New York City, where a number of advertising firms and agencies daily labor to introduce the latest products and services to a generation of potential consumers.
For Christians working in the advertising industry, there is often a tension between legitimately whetting the appetites of a particular consumer base with information about helpful products hitting the market and the pressure to promote products and services that are fundamentally opposed to one's values.
If you work in advertising, marketing or public relations, join us for an open discussion amongst peers exploring the role of faith in this key New York industry. We will grapple with issues of integrity and consumerism, and ultimately unpack how our Christian values might shape the messages we craft to influence the desires of our culture.
This event is also your opportunity to share with a pastor what you wish the Church understood about your unique context. Wine and cheese provided.