1392543Do you find yourself living out this instruction from Colossians 3:22-23 in your daily work, serving “with sincerity of heart and reverence for the Lord. Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters [read: bosses, children, fame, power or paychecks].”

Are you engaged in Christian work as defined by Dorothy Sayers: “The only Christian work is good work, well done.”

If you need a pick-me-up today to engage your daily calling(s), consider listening to one of the sermons from our Fall 2015 series: “Contributing to God’s Kingdom.”

Galatians 6:7-10: “Contributing to God’s Kingdom” – Work done God’s way goes on forever.

Genesis 1:26-31: “The Work and the Workers.” – Are you building walls or are you building cathedrals?

Exodus 19/Revelation 1: “A Kingdom of Priests” – Everyday you go to work as a priest.

Esther: “Faithfulness in Unique Places” – God, even when seeming absent, works in the strangest of places.

Malachi 3:6-12: “Our Hearts and Our Money” – Stewardship is far more than just the handling of our money.

Luke 2:41-52: “Faithfulness to the Father” – Father God calls His children into service with Him.

Luke 16:1-15: “Buying Friends with Worldly Wealth” – A.K.A. The Tale of Two Shrewd Managers

Luke 19:1-27: “Faithful, Friend or Foe” – What we believe about Jesus will affect how we prepare for His return.

Letter to Philemon – “Can Jesus Impact my (Workplace) Relationships?” – There is good news for your workplace.

1 Peter 2:13-25: “Everybody has a Boss” – Our heavenly assignment gives our worldly assignments purpose.

Revelation 22: “Serving in the Celestial City” – Work goes on forever, and it’s stilled called Heaven.



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