Pastor Kent Duncan on Teaching Theology of Work to Blue Collar Workers (Audio)Audio / Produced by TOW Project
When Pastor Kent Duncan preaches and teaches about the theology of work, he sees the blue collar workers in his congregation come alive with new insights.
In this interview with Leah Archibald of The Theology of Work Project, Kent talks about his congregation at Jefferson Assembly of God in Topeka Kansas, and about his insights on facilitating markeplace ministry in a blue collar context.
If you're a pastor who wants to bring these concepts to the blue collar workers in your congregations, check out Kent Duncan's preaching notes here.
Click here to read Kent Duncan's full thesis on Blue Collar Work.
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