Some of us hate our work. Some of us worship it. Some of us are completely ambivalent toward it. Scripture, however, invites us to see work not as something to just get through, hate, or idolize, but rather as an avenue to honor the One for whom we ultimately do it: God himself.
Paul teaches us that we should refrain from stealing. So, he defines work as doing something useful to help others.
Some of us hate our work. Some of us worship our work. Some of us are completely ambivalent toward work. Scripture, however, invites us to see work not as something to just get through, hate, or idolize, but rather as an avenue to honor the One for Whom we ultimately do it: God Himself.
In this message we discover that God provides work for us so that we can provide for others. We learn that God wants us to be generous and ready to share…and we discuss how we can move that direction.
Why do we work? In this message, we learn that all stuff is God’s stuff. Because of that, we can work and create for His glory, knowing that He calls us to be great stewards of His stuff.
Jesus didn’t dismiss the Sabbath. Instead, He supported the Sabbath by teaching that the ceremonial law terminated in Him. This teaches us that our work ultimates terminates in the Jesus or on our own selves.
God not only designed us for work, but for rest as well. As we learn what it means to Sabbath, we learn more than just physical rest.
According to Gallup, a full 70% of US employees are either disengaged or actively disengaged at work. Why is that? Why are we so dissatisfied in our work? In this message, we learn how to diagnose our work environments…and we learn some crucial truths about ourselves and how we can find greater joy in our jobs.