The story of work and its purpose unfolds in this commentary on the book of Genesis.
This commentary on Genesis 12-50 explores work through the stories of Abraham, Sarah, Jacob, Joseph, and more.
Exploring God's actions, commandments, and relationship with His people in Exodus give us insight for work today.
Lessons from the book of Leviticus can be applied to our lives today.
The book of Numbers offers insight into work and leadership.
Deuteronomy helps us better understand how to live in response to God’s love and serve others through our work.
This Bible commentary on Joshua and Judges offers lessons for following God through times of chaos and uncertainty.
This Bible commentary on Ruth reflects deeply on work, economics, and most of all, God's faithfulness.
Discover insights for work, leadership and governance in this commentary on 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, and 1 and 2 Chronicles.
The books of Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther depict God’s people in hostile work environments. Learn from their stories with this Bible commentary.
This commentary on the book of Job delves into questions about suffering, prosperity and faith.
This commentary on the book of Psalms reminds us of the importance of work and how we work, and God's presence with us through all sorts of circumstances.
The book of Proverbs offers invaluable wisdom for work and life.
Ecclesiastes provides an honest, unvarnished look at the reality of work.
Explore themes of work, hardship, beauty, diligence, pleasure, passion, family and joy with this Bible Commentary on the Song of Songs.
Situate the prophets within Israel's history.
This commentary on Isaiah helps readers understand the book's original setting and apply it to today's circumstances.
Jeremiah and Lamentations encourage faithfulness to God in all areas of life, including work.
Ezekiel teaches us that when we are called to the workplace, we are called to righteous activity in exile as we embrace the challenges inherent in awaiting the consummation of God's kingdom.
The story of Daniel serves as a guidebook and a case study for Christians navigating "secular" settings.
See God at work in this commentary on the books of the twelve minor prophets: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, and Jonah.
Matthew, the tax collector-turned-apostle, recounts Jesus’ actions and teachings to show us how God intends us to live and work in his new kingdom.
Work and workers are everywhere in the Gospel of Mark.
In this commentary on Luke, we see that the stuff of daily life — including work — is the stuff of God’s kingdom.
In addition to modeling good work, Jesus teaches about workplace topics such as calling, relationships, creativity and productivity, ethics, truth and deception, leadership, service, sacrifice and suffering, and the dignity of labor.
This commentary on the book of Acts explores the commitment to service that formed the foundation of the early Christians' activities, including work.
Romans has been exceptionally important in the development of Christian theology.
No other letter in the New Testament gives us a more practical picture of applying the Christian faith to the day-to-day issues of life and work than 1 Corinthians.
Those who want to learn how to be more effective in their work will find a practical model in Paul and his teachings in this commentary on 2 Corinthians.
How do we express faith in our daily lives, including our work?
What is the place of our work in the grand scheme of things? Ephesians gives a new perspective, not only about God but also about ourselves.
We can find strength for our work through Christ.
Paul's letters to the Thessalonians encourages Christians to serve with excellence in their work.
1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus offer lessons not just for the church but for other workplaces as well.
Paul provides an example of leadership in his letter to Philemon.
The book of Hebrews offers a deep foundation for understanding the value of work in the world.
James, 1 and 2 Peter, 1, 2, and 3 John, and Jude address practical matters such as organizational leadership, hard work, fairness, good relationships, and effective communication.
The book of Revelation provides some of the keenest insights in Scripture concerning the “big picture” of work.