Explore the meaning of vocation and calling in 30-minute lunch breaks.
This study is about knowing and doing what is good or right at work.
In scripture rest means communing with God in a way that satisfies and refreshes us spiritually.
Is it always necessary to tell the truth at work? Learn from scripture in 30-minute lunch breaks.
Learn how to redeem the use of resources through biblical attitudes.
Learn about women such as Rahab and Ruth who have embodied the word ezer knegdo.
The seeming insignificance of many of the women in the New Testament is put to rest in this Bible study.
Paul's letter to Philemon models effective leadership qualities for the modern workplace.
The Bible's agricultural and societal laws make clear God cares about economic opportunities for all.
Learn with others why Genesis is the foundation of the Bible's theology of work.
7 lessons on Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, designed for thirty-minute lunch breaks.
Examine the themes of conflict, leadership, and calling in this Bible study on Genesis.
When God delivered Israel from slavery in Egypt, he did not deliver them from work.
Ruth is an extraordinary story about how God works in and through common labor.
Study qualities and characteristics of the "Wise Worker" such as trustworthiness, diligence, shrewdness, and modesty.
Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs explore themes of hardship, beauty, diligence, and passion.
Matthew, a hard-working tax collector-turned-apostle, shows work is a critical and central component of God's kingdom.
Work-related topics in the Gospel of Luke include wealth, power, conflict, leadership, ethics, and provision.
Learn from the early church's challenges to face opposition in today's workplaces.
1 Corinthians explores the character traits and virtues necessary for a good work ethic.
Learn from 2 Corinthians how to be more effective at work by trusting God.
Paul's letter to the Philippians says that our work is not the result of our own efforts, but of God's work in us.
The book of James is packed with wisdom for Christians who want to apply their faith to everyday work.
In Revelation, John invites us to step back and look at the overarching picture of God's work in the world.