Here are some valuable resources that we recommend.
In our opinion, this is the first book worth picking up if you’re looking to gain a better understanding for God’s role in your work and to begin to shape your own path for presenting your work as an offering to Him and service to others. You simply can’t go wrong in taking the time to read through this book.
By: Tim Keller and Katherine Leary Alsdorf
Whether you’re teaching children in a preschool, operating a cash register at a fast-food restaurant, or performing complex surgeries in emergency situations— you have the power to do tremendous good. Providing historical background and inspiring stories of God-honoring workers, Doriani explains the Bible’s teaching on the nature, glory, misery, and eventual restoration of all kinds of work.
By: Daniel Doriani
Traeger and Gilbert unpack the powerful ways in which the gospel can transform how we do what we do, releasing us from the cultural pressures of both an all-consuming devotion and a punch-in, punch-out mentality – in order to find the freedom of a work ethic rooted in serving Christ.
By: Sebastian Traeger and Greg Gilbert
Stevens revisits more than twenty biblical accounts ― from Genesis to Revelation ― exploring through them the theological meaning of every sort of work, manual or intellectual, domestic or commercial. Taken together, his short, pithy reflections on these well-known Bible passages add up to a comprehensive, Bible-based theology of work ― one that will be equally useful for seminars, classes, Bible studies, and individuals seeking to grasp more fully the theological dimensions of their daily labor.
By: R. Paul Stevens
In print for two decades, Wolters’ book provides an excellent formulation of an integrated Christian worldview that breaks down the false dichotomy between the sacred and secular and clearly lays out the call on Christians to participate in Christ’s redemption of all creation.
By: Albert Wolters
By: Richard Mouw
By: Ken Sande