There’s No Shame in Working for Money
When it comes to compensation, how should employees and employers respond, What does a faithful "pay posture" look like? And what are some of the spiritual challenges associated with monetary rewards? There's nothing inherently evil about pay. Our salaries provide the necessary means to enjoy God's good creation, as well as to care for others. Read the full article here.
God has commisioned us to work and create, to develop the resources he has given us and share with those in need. But what does that look like practically? This topical nine-session Bible study contains tips and encouragement to live a life of generosity and fruitfulness, helping us to redeem our use of resources by nurturing biblical attitudes.
Contributors: David Rupert
Published by The High Calling, January 18, 2013.
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