The Impact of Work: Andy Mills (Audio)Audio / Produced by Individual TOW Project member
This is the fourth talk of Andy Mills' five-part series on faith and work. Andy Mills is the former CEO of the Thomson Financial and Professional Publishing unit of The Thomson Corporation. He currently serves as the Co-Chairman of the Theology of Work Project.
In his talk, Andy Mills makes the following four points:
1. Work is vital for human flourishing
2. Work is a major avenue for evangelism
3. Work can be the basis of real joy in a person's life
4. God, through our work, brings resources to us
This talk is also available for download in iTunes. Click here to listen.
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