Many people either hate their job or simply endure it because they have to. Others become workaholics because they find their identity in an occupation or because of a deep-seated obsession with money.
Let’s discover the Christian theology of work and what that means for those in the church today. While work can often seem like a four-letter word, God has formed us to create, build, and steward his creation.
Our worship of God does not stop on Sunday but should continue into our workplace Monday–Friday
The Bible encourages believers to understand parenting as a picture of the gospel. Humans were created for connection. The gospel is the story of how God is reconnecting with us through love, empowering us for his work, and correcting us for a restorative purpose. Likewise, the Christian parent will seek to connect with their child to meet their needs; empower their child for mission and formation through meeting their needs; and discipline their child with a restorative goal. And even when the Christian parent feels shame for not getting it right every time, there is always grace-based hope for repairing the rupture.