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August 1st, 2014

God’s Presence in Our Struggles at Work (Psalm 23)

“The Lord is my shepherd” (Psalm 23:1). If we trust God, we have the tranquility of knowing that God watches over us, like a shepherd watching over the sheep. This is a reminder to see our work from God’s perspective—not primarily as an instrument for our gratification, but as our part in...

September 29th, 2011

Trading: Increasing God's Currency or Yours?

A panel of three traders discusses the particular challenges of living out their Christian walk in the trading world and a Christian perspective on working in Finance. Listen here.

September 29th, 2011

Work and Rest According to Jesus

Religious leaders in Jesus’ time had a long list of rules for the Sabbath. When questioned about the Sabbath, Jesus did not respond by dismissing it. Instead, He redefined it. The Sabbath is a blessing from God -- one we will only enjoy when we understand it correctly. Download this free...

September 29th, 2011

Made for Stewardship

Dr. Timothy Keller's sermon on Genesis 1:26-2:2; 2:7-9, 15 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York "Genesis 1 is one of the most important passages of Scripture pertaining to work. We are called to work because God also worked. We can work for God by using our gifts for others. We...

September 29th, 2011

Pride: The Case of Nebuchadnezzar

Dr. Timothy Keller's sermon on Daniel 4:24-37 "Nebuchadnezzar's pride began in contentment and prosperity, which caused him to take credit for everything he'd achieved. God dehumanized him in a reflection of what pride had done to his heart. Only when he recognized his debt to God — and...

September 29th, 2011

The Two Great Tests

Dr. Timothy Keller's sermon on Proverbs 3:9-14; 10:16, 25; 24:1. "There are two spiritual tests highlighted in these passages: good times and bad times. These circumstances show our sin in general or our idols in particular. We can choose whether to deal with them or deny them, but we will...

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...