Tag Archives: Work

Reinventing Labor Day

We need a culture — informed and shaped by God’s people — that celebrates what it means to provide

Posted in Features, Home Slider, In The Church, z-eNewsletter | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

There’s Got to be More Than This

Despite our economic ups and downs, we live in a place and time of extraordinary blessing. We are safer, healthier, and more comfortable than any people have ever been. As a result, we’ve become one thing more: acutely aware of what money can’t buy.

Posted in Everyday Theology, Features, Home Slider, z-eNewsletter | Tagged , | Comments Off on There’s Got to be More Than This

The Centrality of Everyday Work

By perpetuating a secular/sacred divide that elevates the “spiritual” work of Sunday over the “secular” work of the rest of the week, the church has, on occasion, reinforced a view that God doesn’t care about our work. At the same time, a movement within the church is spotlighting the centrality of work and promoting a Gospel-centered view of work as integral to our Christian faith.

Posted in Everyday Theology, Features, Home Slider, z-eNewsletter | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on The Centrality of Everyday Work

Work and Purpose

If work is seen as a means to a greater end, then God can use it—and us—to do great things.

Posted in Everyday Theology, Features, Home Slider, z-eNewsletter | Tagged , , | 5 Comments