Quarterly Report, 2017 Q2

Newsletter / Produced by TOW Project

New Resources for Sunday Worship Services

​​“For years, I struggled to find creative ideas for connecting work and worship. This is the most comprehensive collection available anywhere. I didn’t know where to point pastors and worship leaders previously. Now, I do.” – Reverend Alistair Mackenzie

Pastors and worship leaders now have a go-to collection for Sunday morning worship resources. We’ve added over 200 new items to help you help churchgoers connect worship with their workweek. There are sermons, sample services, biblical readings and quotes. For leaders in a hurry, we have “quick pick” lists of prayers, hymns, and contemporary songs. Visit Worship Resources page to check it out!

Devotionals for Working Women

“As a newly qualified female surgeon, who just started a practice (along with my journey in Christ), I found the plan to be supportive…[It] encouraged me in using my gift as a blessing to others. As a result, I am contemplating a project of my own to help other women.” – Neo Mabe, reader, “Created and Called: Women in the Workplace”

Working women wrestle with a number of challenges, from obstacles to leadership and dealing with discrimination, to managing family life and establishing healthy rhythms of work and rest. What biblical wisdom can women draw from to meet today’s workplace challenges? Check out our latest, new 7-day devotional for women, Overcoming the Challenges of Working Women, available right from your phone with the YouVersion Bible App.

And if you missed it previously, check out our 6-day devotional for women Created and Called: Women in the Workplace. This plan starts in Genesis with God's original call to work, then explores biblical examples of women who work.

Join Us! Common Good Conference October 13, 2017

​By bringing individuals committed to their cities together for an innovative and interactive learning experience, cg2017 will empower the local church as a primary agent of cultural renewal for the common good. Together at the conference, we’ll explore how to seek the common good of our neighborhoods, workplaces and cities. Early bird registration ends August 31. Go to www.madetoflourish.org for details.

The Common Good Conference is hosted by Made to Flourish.

Help Us Keep Going! Donate Now to Double Your Impact

​Theology of Work Project is a non-profit organization. We rely on your support to continue helping Christians connect the Bible and everyday work. Thanks to a generous donor, donations through the end of 2017 will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $100,000. Take advantage of this exciting opportunity to double your impact! Your gift will enable us to:

  • Upgrade our website, to continue serving readers
  • Create new small group studies
  • Translate the Theology of Work Bible Commentary into Chinese
  • Continue equipping workplace Christians with high-quality, biblically based content, for free

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