Quarterly Report, 2018 Q2
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15 Bible Verses About Work
What does the Bible say about work? How should Christians work? Believe it or not, there are 859 Bible passages that relate to work. Here are 15 verses about work to give you hope that your daily work has value. Read more.
Translations: Now Available in Korean & Vietnamese
People around the world are hungry for biblical teaching about work. Thanks to the work of partners and volunteers, TOW Project is honored to be a discipleship resource for an increasing number of working Christians.
Devotional Reading Plans Now in Korean
Some of our most popular devotional reading plans, including Making the Right Decision and Working Through Failure, are now available in Korean through the YouVersion Bible App. Thanks to The Grace and Mercy Foundation for translating these plans.
Theology of Work Bible Commentary: the Gospels in Vietnamese
The Theology of Work Bible Commentary on Matthew, Mark, Luke and John is now available in Vietnamese. Thanks to the volunteers who made this possible! Download the translation here.
Training and Events
In addition to providing resources for working Christians, we equip pastors to help people connect work with God’s purposes and God’s word. In Spring 2018:
- In partnership with Oikonomia Network, we trained over 35 faculty from 3 seminaries—Asbury Seminary, Assemblies of God Seminary, and Western Seminary—helping them find ways to integrate work in their current curriculum.
- In partnership with the Made to Flourish pastors’ network, we hosted an online workshop series, “The Church at Work”, to discuss how churches across the globe are equipping people for work. We also hosted a breakout session, “Theology of Work Resources Made Easy”, for Made to Flourish’s national stakeholder meeting.
The 2018 Faith at Work Summit gathers church and marketplace leaders who desire to work together to extend Christ’s transforming presence in workplaces. Presenters will include TOW Project board members Andy Mills and Katherine Leary Alsdorf, and TOW executive editor Will Messenger. Register at fwsummit.org
The Theology of Work Project is a non-profit organization. Every resource we offer is made possible through the financial support of people like you. With your gift of any size, you’ll enable us to continue equipping Christians to connect to God’s purposes for work. Donate now.