What does the grimy world of remanufactured auto parts have to do with the Kingdom of God? Since its inception, the Cardone family has felt called to their business. They see what they do as God’s work and an opportunity to honor Him.
Click the buttons below to find resources that can help you personally experience the power and presence of Christ in your workplace--and help other Christians do the same. Click the Theology of Work Project block to access research and commentary on what God says about work from every book of the Bible.
Do people in your church know who they are on Monday?
On Sunday they are ushers, choir members and Sunday school teachers. On Monday they are plumbers, doctors and accountants.
Making a profit is seen as morally good and honorable in the Bible, but God had a lot more in mind for business than making money.
Workplace Grace is for people who do not have the gift if evangelism, yet want to make a spiritual impact on the people around them.
Winner of Christianity Today and Silver Medallion book awards, Workplace Grace describes how evangelism is a process and helps readers understand how they can move people toward new life in Christ.
Hugh Whelchel, businessman and IFWE Executive Director, shares his story and offers ways you can find significance in your Monday-morning work.
In this video interview Tim Keller discusses his new book "Every Good Endeavor" and how our faith should inform our work.
Inspire your congregation to take their faith to work. In this workshop thousands of individuals around the world have learned to take their place in God's Kingdom and become a person of spiritual influence in their workplace.
Wayne Grudem discusses faith and work at the "Leadership Lecture Series" at the Talbot School of Theology Faculty Retreat in California.
This video from Gordon Conwell is Part 4 of Dr. David Gill's lecture on "Should Christ be in Business?" Dr. Gill is the Mockler-Phillips Professor of Workplace Theology and Business Ethics at Gordon Conwell and Director of the Mockler Center for Faith and Ethics in the Workplace.