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Sharpen your perspective on the value of work and business to God’s kingdom

August 8th, 2014

Joyless, Meaningless Work is Unhealthy

A recent study found that the majority of Americans (52.3%) are unhappy in their work. This sad statistic is doubly troubling in light of numerous other studies which report that happy people are healthier people and they live longer. It’s not a big leap to see that being unhappy in our...

May 15th, 2014

Theology of Work & Building Spiritual Capital in the Workplace

A Theology of Work The Bible has more to say about work than worship. Yet most Christians don’t understand the significance of work to God’s kingdom. This session will explore how God views work and how a biblical theology of work should shape our experiences in the marketplace and our...

August 7th, 2012

Work and Vocation Resources from The Gospel Coalition

Over 100 sermons, interviews, and messages on work can be found at The Gospel Coalition. Speakers include Steve Brown, Bob Doll, Mark Driscoll, Wayne Grudem, Kent Hughes, Tim Keller, Martyn Lloyd Jones, Tom Nelson, John Piper, Gene Edward Veith Jr., and many others.

September 29th, 2011

Re-imagine Law

Dr. Timothy Keller's sermon on Genesis 1:26-2:2; 2:7-9, 15 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church.  "To examine the relationship between practicing law and Christianity, we must examine how we can re-imagine practicing law as Christians and re-imagine the law profession itself. we need to consider...

September 29th, 2011

The Meaning of the City

Dr. Timothy Keller's sermon on Jeremiah 29:4-14 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church "Jeremiah told the Jewish exiles in Babylon to seek the peace and prosperity of the city they found themselves in. Like New York, it was an enormous, intimidating city with diverse populations that espoused a...

September 29th, 2011

The Song of Creation

Dr. Timothy Keller's Sermon on Genesis 1:1-8, 31.  "Genesis 1 is one of the most important passages of Scripture pertaining to work. It was written more to answer the “why” questions of creation --it’s meaning and significance--and not so much the “how” questions, e.g., how long did it...

September 29th, 2011

What is (Christian) Cultural Renewal?

"Christians commonly think we can change the culture around us through evangelism or through great individuals. However, culture is primarily changed through communities. Dualism, the separation of the personal and public spheres — the way we often separate our faith from other areas of our...