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2018 Origin Luncheon Dates

Friday, July 20
Friday, August 17

There are few things more sacred in life than points of origin. The point from where thoughts, ideas, and perspectives begin holds potent ability to echo and endure through generations and to shape how people and cultures both speak and act.

How a person thinks and interacts with the world is the essence of living and the result of a starting point.

Origin is an Art House Dallas program crafted to establish a wholeness and connectedness between art and faith with the ultimate intent to establish a sacred perspective in how the individual responds creatively. We believe that God, as the original and ultimate Creator, made mankind after His own image, endowed us with the faculties to think and create, and calls us to be like him in our participation of cultivating goodness, truth, and beauty.

Origin is comprised of a series of monthly luncheons featuring presentations and facilitated discussions directed by Art House Dallas leaders. This season Origin, our summer formation study, will center around the interior life as it relates to the wholeness of the individual self. To know oneself is more than mere self-actualization or learned confidence built through experience. Rather, one word will do—congruence. Congruity, as it relates to the interior life, may be best thought of as the activity of uniting who we are with how we act.

Just as the Psalmist spoke, “let the words of my heart and the meditation of my heart be acceptable,” and St. Paul at Areopagus, “in him we live and move and have our being,” may we too find a grounding congruence for our lives.

ORIGIN Details

Feel free to bring your lunch or order a Panera Bread sandwich or salad through us. Details are available during ticket check-out.

Location: Museum of Biblical Art - 7500 Park Ln, Dallas, 75225

Time: 11:45pm - 1:00pm

Date(s): Fridays - June 22, July 20, August 17

Earlier Event: June 23
Artist Talk & Brunch
Later Event: July 26
Summer Colors