Faith & Work - eBook
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Faith & Work - eBook  -     By: Christianity Today Institute
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"We spend mearly half of our walking hours 'at work,' yet surprisingly for many of us the relationship between our dialy work and our faith is a topic often left woefully unaddressed by the church. Is work to be solely a means to and end—an avenue for providing an income? Is work meant to be our mission field—our opportunity to meet and share Christ with non-Christian co-workers? Or are we to find meaning and fulfillment in the work itself?" -from the introduction

Work through these questions in your small group in this guided 8-week session. Discover new dimensions of your work life and find a challenge that you might not have expected.

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Title: Faith & Work - eBook
By: Christianity Today Institute
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2008
ISBN: 9781418583798
ISBN-13: 9781418583798
Series: Christianity Today Study
Stock No: WW4946EB

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The Christian Today Study Series delves into today's vital cultural issues to get to the heart of what these topics mean to you.

Each 8-week study is based on articles written by some of today's leading Christian authors and published by the Christianity Today magazines. These remarkable studies will foster deep, authentic, and relevant discussion that will challenge and grow any small group.

Faith & Work will take on a variety of topics, such as:

  • Work-Drudgery or Delight?
  • Ambition and Achievement
  • A Witness at the Workplace
  • Work & Sabbath Rest

Based on articles by a variety of authors, such as:

  • Chuck Colson
  • Christine Gardner
  • Marshall Shelley

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