Tim Keller on Work and RestBlog / Produced by The High Calling
"Unless you find the Biblical doctrine of work, you will never find rest." So says the New York City pastor Tim Keller. His Redeemer Presbyterian does a great job of unleashing the Christian businessman to make an impact on the world. Jason Forman finds these gems and often highlights them at Business as a Mission Network. Read his post on Dr. Keller here.
Workmatters is a non-denominational Christian marketplace ministry helping people discover God's purpose for their work since 2003. They do this through digital content, small group studies, live events and training so you can gain fresh insight for living out your faith at work.
Workmatters Studies are designed to help people grow as leaders based on biblical principles. They are easy to start and facilitate, and have helped thousands of people in companies both large and small across the U.S. discover a renewed sense of passion for their work.
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Published by The High Calling, September 28, 2011.
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