Thank God It's Monday
The average person spends around 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime. In the busyness and daily routine of working life, amidst responding to emails, meeting deadlines, doing the coffee run and planning meetings, it can be hard to remember...
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The average person spends around 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime. In the busyness and daily routine of working life, amidst responding to emails, meeting deadlines, doing the coffee run and planning meetings, it can be hard to remember that God is there. In this special anniversary edition celebrating 25 years since Thank God It's Monday was first published, Mark Greene looks at how we can make the most of the time we spend at work in this fun and highly practical book, revised for a new generation of workers. Whether we are full-time staff members, self-employed freelancers or start-up entrepreneurs, whether we work in an office, hotdesk or from home, whatever our work looks like, God cares about it. Full of stories that are both inspiring and down-to-earth, Thank God It's Monday empowers us to do good work with God, in his way, and to show and share Jesus in the challenges and opportunities of our daily work. Exploring what God has to say about work, Greene challenges us to us to see our jobs, our co-workers, our bosses and our workplaces the way God does - and to see that God is at work, at work.
Mark Greene is London Institute of Contemporary Christianity's Executive Director and has been in post since 1999. Before that he served as Vice-Principal and Lecturer in Communications at the London School of Theology. Mark has produced a number of workplace resources, notably Thank God it's Monday and the widely distributed Supporting Christians at Work - Without Going Insane.
In addition, he has developed Christian Life and Work, a 6-part small group DVD resource, and edited Pocket Prayers for Work. He is also the writer and presenter of the Imagine DVD and, with Tracy Cotterell, the editor of Let my People Grow - a collection of essays on whole-life disciplemaking. Most recently he edited and contributed sections to Trevor Cooling's LICC resource Supporting Christians in Education. He is also the regular culture columnist for Christianity magazine.