The Way We Work
:When you're dragging yourself to work, do you ever get mad at Adam and Eve for making us have to toil for a living? If you're on the clock, is it ok to mentally clock out - even for a...
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:When you're dragging yourself to work, do you ever get mad at Adam and Eve for making us have to toil for a living? If you're on the clock, is it ok to mentally clock out - even for a little while? Are these things that really matter when it comes to working 'as unto the Lord'While many questions face us as we work each day, perhaps the most important is, 'What difference does it make in my job if I'm a Christian?'In The Way We Work, Boone offers much more help than simply saying 'You need to do your work well because you are a Christian.' The Way We Work provides a thorough biblical examination of all our labors exploring:When work is a painLaziness on the jobThe blessing of workWork that will lastAnd much more.Click the links below for free downloadable guides for group discussion:Group Guide for Church GroupsGroup Guide for Workplace Groups
DAN BOONE is a popular speaker and a mentor to young preachers. From his first pastorate of a small rural church in New Salem, Mississippi, to his last pastoral assignment as pastor of a large college church near Chicago, Boone has loved doing the work of preaching. In Preaching the Story That Shapes Us, he shares the process by which sermons are formed for today's congregation. This process pays careful attention to the text, the congregation, and the world into which the sermon goes. Boone lives in Nashville, with his wife, Denise, where he serves as president of Trevecca Nazarene University