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October 19th, 2014

Make Mondays Meaningful | Free Curriculum

“Making Mondays Meaningful: 6 Ways to Glorify God and Serve Others Through Your Work” is a six session curriculum that will help you close the gap between Sunday faith and Monday work. Small groups, classes, or individuals will explore the significance of work with respect to economics,...

August 30th, 2013

Celebrate Your Work

Is the work we do on a daily basis something to be endured or to be celebrated? God worked to create the universe. Adam and Eve worked in the garden before the Fall. That makes work a good gift from God and something to celebrate. In the Ten Commandments, God commands us, "Six days shall...

November 19th, 2012

Prayers to Encourage People in Their Daily Work

Nothing we do as Christians is more powerful than prayer. Bill Peel at the Center for Faith & Work has put together prayers for the workplace based on Scripture. We encourage you to share these prayers with the people of your congregation—as a way to gather together in worship or as a...

November 19th, 2012

Monday Morning Faith | Free Sermon Outlines

In large part, spiritual leaders have done a good job of explaining how to follow Jesus at home and at church, and how to cultivate your personal devotional life. Our focus has been on prayer, Bible study, congregational worship, evangelism, and service. But what does it look like to follow...

November 19th, 2012

Commissioning Service for Christians in the Workplace

Many churches host special services to commission people who serve God through the church. What about people who serve God through their professions outside of the church? We’ve adapted a commissioning service for elders and deacons into a set of questions that will empower the people of...

July 24th, 2012

Celebrate Work with Free Resources

Do people in your church know who they are on Monday? On Sunday they are ushers, choir members and Sunday school teachers. On Monday they are plumbers, doctors and accountants. Unfortunately, working Christians often feel like they live dual lives—one at work and one at church. The church...