No one these days has to be told that Americans live in a consumeristic culture. However, in the pursuit of relevance it seems that some churches offer a redeeming message held up in lights, marketing strategies, and countless of dollars spent. Consumerism is an unconscious disease that every American needs to be made aware of. For many Christians, worship has become entertainment, the church has become a shopping mall, and God has become a consumable product. What does consumerism mean for our faith and how can we overcome our consumeristic nature?