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Doing God's Business

Doing God's Business

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Christians have likely been struggling with the place of business in the life of faith ever since Paul's days as a tentmaker. How do the spheres of private devotion and public business intersect in a meaningful way?Paul Stevens has been struggling with this question since his earliest working days in his father's steel business. His thoughts in "Doing God's Business" provide lasting and satisfying meaning for marketplace involvement in the light of the Christian faith and tradition. He explores the potential of business as both a location for practicing everyday spiritual disciplines and a source of creativity and deeper relationship with God. "Doing God's Business" should encourage and challenge businesspersons in all segments of the marketplace to more faithfully integrate their faith and work lives.

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Christians have likely been struggling with the place of business in the life of faith ever since Paul?'s days as a tentmaker. Just how do the spheres of private devotion and public business intersect in a meaningful way?

Paul Stevens has been exploring this question since his earliest working days in his father?'s steel business. His "Doing God?'s Business" tells how readers can find lasting and satisfying meaning for marketplace involvement in the light of the Christian faith and tradition. Stevens explores the potential of business as a location for practicing everyday spiritual disciplines and as a source of creativity and deeper relationship with God.



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Christians have likely been struggling with the place of business in the life of faith ever since Paul's days as a tentmaker. How do the spheres of private devotion and public business intersect in a meaningful way?Paul Stevens has been struggling with this question since his earliest working days in his father's steel business. His thoughts in "Doing God's Business" provide lasting and satisfying meaning for marketplace involvement in the light of the Christian faith and tradition. He explores the potential of business as both a location for practicing everyday spiritual disciplines and a source of creativity and deeper relationship with God. "Doing God's Business" should encourage and challenge businesspersons in all segments of the marketplace to more faithfully integrate their faith and work lives.
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Christians have likely been struggling with the place of business in the life of faith ever since Paul?'s days as a tentmaker. Just how do the spheres of private devotion and public business intersect in a meaningful way?

Paul Stevens has been exploring this question since his earliest working days in his father?'s steel business. His "Doing God?'s Business" tells how readers can find lasting and satisfying meaning for marketplace involvement in the light of the Christian faith and tradition. Stevens explores the potential of business as a location for practicing everyday spiritual disciplines and as a source of creativity and deeper relationship with God.


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Meet the Author

R Paul Stevens

R. Paul Stevens is Professor Emeritus, Marketplace Theology, Regent College, Vancouver BC and Marketplace Ministry Mentor. He has worked as a carpenter and small businessman, and served as the pastor of an inner city church in Montreal. He has written many books and Bible studies, including Liberating the Laity, Marriage Spirituality, The Other Six Days and Satisfying Work.

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  • Catalogue Code 250730
  • Product Code 0802833985
  • EAN 9780802833983
  • Pages 259
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Money/work
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Aug 2006
  • Sales Rank #21639
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 16 mm
  • Weight 0.396kg

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