Sermon notes from a wide variety of preachers give you ideas on how to introduce your church to faith and work.
Whatever passage of Scripture or topic you're preaching on, TOW's Bible Commentary shows you its workplace implications.
Pastors who include work in preaching help people connect the Bible to their life Monday through Friday.
Not sure where to start? Pastors often use these go-to passages to begin to talk to their congregations about work.
In this video former Boeing executive Al Erisman shares what he would have liked to hear from his pastor when he was...
If you follow the Revised Common Lectionary, we've made it easier to include work-related topics, examples, and applications in your preaching! Visit...
TOW Bible Commentary resources and sermon notes from The High Calling arranged according to the Revised Common Lectionary.
A growing list of how innovative churches are integrating faith and work for the members of their congregations.
Lyle Mook sees discipleship in the TOW Bible Commentary on Luke 3.
Pastor Kent Duncan empowers blue collar workers to understand their calling.
Pastor Trevor Lee engages his congregation's imagination with vocatinal interviews in church.
Bill Johnson pushes the concept of vocational stewardship to millennials through small groups.
Each of these free studies includes scripture, commentary, and thought-provoking questions.
Use this study guide to lead your group through Every Good Endeavor, a popular introduction on the implications of faith on work.
13 videos explore Jesus' take on modern professions. With interviews from working Christians.
Note: This interview with Sean McDonough by the Oikonomia Network highlights the small-group video study curriculum “Jesus and Your Job,” from the...
A 6-week small group series on work and hospitality, with movie night discussion guides.
9 case studies for Christian lawyers to discuss with biblical insight.
This curriculum has helped former inmates and addicts prepare for the workforce with a theological foundation.
12 lessons that help kids develop a biblical framework for work, with group activities and take-home sheets.
Churches equipping members to work alongside God Monday through Friday can bring workplace themes into Sunday services.
Tips for on-stage interviews that bring Monday work into the Sunday service.
Work-themed prayers to use in church services: openings, thanksgivings, confessions, creeds, offertory, intercessions, and closing prayers.
An index to hymns, psalms and poems about work.
A collection of readings for use in a work-themed church service.
These services are examples of what can be done around the theme of work for different occasions and in various settings – from the local to the national.
An index to private prayers about work.
Let us pray for all who serve Christ through the daily activities of their lives.
In the ministry of your daily life and work, will you proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ?
Learn more about faith and work from these resources: from introductary books to bibliographies for advanced study.
Introductory resources on faith at work geared towards particular Christian denominations.
A businessman, a management professor, and a pastor each explain in their own words what the Bible says about work.
These longer videos offer a deep dive into what the Bible says about work.
Dwight L. DuBois's held conversations with 58 pastors on how to equip church members for everyday ministry. This paper presents his findings.
Research by Ecklund, Daniels, and Schneider provides insight into how Christians relate their faith to work and how the equipping church can...
These passages from the TOW Bible Commentary will open your eyes to how much of the Bible...
Will Messenger offers 8 proven suggestions for pastors to make a practical difference in people's work lives
A well-researched examination of churches that support Christians at work and the methods they use.
ABSTRACT Contemporary blue-collar employees often fail to appreciate the biblical significance of ordinary human labor. Consequently, they perceive work as a necessary evil while frustration and alienation characterize time spent on the job...
Alistair Mackenzie helps pastors rethink where they invest their energy equipping Christians.
According to research, churchgoing affects people's decisions about ethics, work, and economics.
Alistair Mackenzie's thesis Faith at Work explores the pastoral implications of vocation and work theology.
The western workplace is becoming a context for ministry and mission thanks to 6 contemporary movements.
Is Christian scholarship related to the Church's mission? How can churches support Christian scholars?