In a “work hard, play hard” culture, sometimes you never get around to the “play” part. Worse, as Christians, ideas of being “holy” have long been associated with being a stick-in-the-mud. Most of us master the art of working together long before we ever think of what it means to play together. But both the “play” and the “together” are key components of lasting vibrancy.

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