Many of us spend more time working than anything else we do. So, for those who follow Christ, how does our work connect with our faith, especially if it's the activity in which we spend most of our waking hours?
God created work, and before sin entered the world, God declared it "good." Our Faith and Work ministry provides opportunities to explore biblically based answers to questions including:
- Does your work matter? How do you find purpose and meaning in your work?
- How does a Christian define success at work?
- Do you feel called and sent to do the work you do?
- How does the Gospel being the center of your life impact your work?
- How do you integrate your faith into your work?
As you explore and integrate your faith in Christ with your daily work, we offer several different resources to help in this important area of discipleship.
Faith & Work Course (7-weeks)
Do you sometime wonder what different it makes that I am a Christian in how or where I work? Maybe you feel like your Sunday is not connected to your Monday to Friday. But, what if God has called you to specific work in a specific place so that you may bless others? Since many of us spend about half our waking hours at work, it makes sense to take time to discover how to better integrate God's plan and purpose for our lives with the practical issues we face at work each day.
We want to help you answer these questions. During this 7-week class we will explore:
Why does work matter? Does God care about my work?
What’s God’s view of work?
How should my faith influence my work?
What does an integrated life look like?
There will be about an hour of reading a week and some sermon’s/podcasts we would encourage you to listen to. There is a small fee of $15 for the class, but we don’t want that to be an issue for you (please don’t let that stop you).
Class begins on 10/2 and runs through 11/13 from 7-9pm in WBC Room 50.
Redeeming Work: Work, Culture, and the Gospel (sermon series)
Watch this sermon series from WBC Senior Pastor Rob Bugh, which invites each believer to see their daily work for the glory of God and for the blessing of others.