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Faith and Work
Help people understand the essential connection between their work and their faith.
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Created in conjunction with Bethel Seminary's Work with Purpose initiative with funding from the Kern Family Foundation, this 31-page training resource makes the theological case for the importance of vocation while providing practical training for how church leaders can affirm others in their callings. "Faith and Work" is designed to move a group through an in-depth exploration of the topic. It includes case studies, Bible studies, historical articles, theological reflections, and practical tips. It's a great tool for any team hungry for a deeper understanding of vocation and eager to help others serve God through their callings.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Faith and Work: A Preliminary Exercise 

Case Study #1: The Church and Work  

Faith and Work: Some Old Testament Considerations  

Faith and Work: Some New Testament Considerations  

Baptized into Christ – The Foundation of Our Work 

Digging Deeper: The Book of Daniel and the Modern Workplace 

Digging Deeper: The Gospel of John, Jesus’ Kingdom, and Work 

Jesus at Work  

Early Christians and their Occupations  

A Rhythm of Work and Rest 

Faithful Work in the World  

We Are All Stewards  

Gaining, Saving, and Giving All We Can  

Work, Faith, and Technology  

Case Study #2: Sharing (and Being) the Gospel at Work 

Faith and Work: Some Final Thoughts 

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Topics:Call, Calling, Christian life, Empowerment, Spiritual Direction, Tentmaking
Filters:Discipleship, Mentoring, Pastor, Pastoral care, Spiritual director
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