I type this little preface on a tired Friday afternoon and I must say that I look forward to some R&R this weekend. Although the weekend is a great change of pace, if it is what we live for it’s bound to leave us wanting. How do we view our work in such a way that we look forward to a change of pace on both Friday and Sunday afternoons? Check out this piece I wrote for the Intersect Project.
In recent years I’ve found that it is hard to impress the importance of something to people who value Scripture if they don’t see it in the pages of the Bible. I wrote a short blog for the Intersect Project that explains (at a 35,000 ft. level) how Scripture allow us to rethink our work. Find the blog here.
This 60 minute conversation between Benjamin Quinn and I, my co-author of Every Waking Hour: An Introduction to Work and Vocation for Christians, took place at the Intersect Conference on the campus of Southeastern Seminary. Our dialogue describes our journey of understanding the intersection of faith and work, but also summarized the content of our recently released book.