Connecting Faith and Work in the 21St Century
: <p> Where are we now? And what is left to be done?</p> <br> <p>In October 2014, a group of people passionate about what the Bible says regarding work gathered together in Boston at the first Faith@Work Summit...
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<p> Where are we now? And what is left to be done?</p>
<p>In October 2014, a group of people passionate about what the Bible says regarding work gathered together in Boston at the first Faith@Work Summit to connect the idiosyncrasies between "work life" and "Christian life," exploring how faith can be integrated into work. A product of that summit, this study guide includes overviews of the talks, links to 16-minute videos, and study questions for small group discussion. An extensive bibliography for further study is also included.</p>
<p>Topics covered include: <br>
Foundations of faith and work <br>
Equipping Christians to integrate their faith and work <br>
Perspectives from different workplaces <br>
Forces affecting our work <br>
"Pioneer tributes" <br>
Gill is Carl I. Lindberg Professor of Applied Ethics at North Park University in Chicago.
Bill Peel serves as founding Executive Director of The Center for Faith and Work at LeTourneau University and is in the business of closing the gap between Sunday faith and Monday work. For more than 25 years, he has coached thousands of men and women to uncover their purpose and to grasp their work's importance to God. Bill is an award-winning author of seven books (now in multiple languages) including Workplace Grace, What God Does When Men Lead, and Discover Your Destiny. He holds a master's degree from Dallas Theological Seminary, and he is currently pursuing doctoral studies at Gordon-Con