What are you called to do?

Author:
Bob Thune
Date:
June 9, 2021
Type:

A Theology of Work - Part 1

What is the value of our work? The Bible gives a perspective on what work is important. Part 1 of a series starts to answer that question.

"A friend of mine left a well-paying job to join the staff of a Christian ministry. She described her decision something like this: “Working a normal job, I had to spend 40 or 50 hours a week doing what my employer wants. Ministry had to come second. But now, I’ll be free to devote all my time to God and to ministry.”...

Source: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/what-are-you-called-to-do-a-theology-of-work/

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