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Theology of Work

Were we made to work?

Were we made to work?

People have worked since God first put Adam and Eve into the garden to care for it, but what about your work? Why do we work? For money, prestige or because we were made for it? A theology of work makes sense of who we are, what we do and why we do it. This collection of talks, articles and podcasts will help you understand the value of your work, the nature of your identity and narrow the sacred and secular divide.

Recent resources

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Andrew Laird | 2 Aug 2020
Wisdom for getting good rest
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Ray Ternes | 23 Jun 2020
Eat, commute, work, rest, repeat. Is that all there is?
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Andrew Laird | 4 Dec 2019
Life@Work Conference 2019
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Aaron Johnstone | 11 Sep 2019
Man's Search for Meaning (Talk 2 of 4)
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Sebastian Traeger, Greg Gilbert, Scott Pasley | 15 Jul 2019
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Andrew Laird | 5 Oct 2018
Explore the value of our work in the light of eternity
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Paul Whitfield | 21 May 2016
Thank God its Sunday
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Paul Whitfield | 16 Apr 2016
A theology of work

Blog

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Andrew Laird | 1 Sep 2020
How to turn work day “aaargh” moments into “aaaaah” moments
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Andrew Laird | 2 Jun 2020
The burden of attaching your value to your work...and how to find freedom
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Andrew Laird | 2 Jun 2020
The burden of attaching your value to your work...and how to find freedom
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Stephen McAlpine | 2 Apr 2019
Don’t soldier on with Codral
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Glen Hohnberg | 11 Nov 2015
The Bible tells us that work can be a source of joy and meaning
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Andrew Laird | 24 Aug 2015
Why "I am what I do" can be a miserable philosophy to live by