About Theology of Work Project

The Theology of Work Project helps pastors, ministry leaders and Christians in the workplace explore what the Bible says about everyday work. The TOW Project recently completed a first-of-its-kind resource, the Theology of Work Bible Commentary. A team of 138 respected scholars, pastors and workplace Christians from 16 countries contributed to the commentary, which is available for free online at www.theologyofwork.org or in print at theologyofwork.christianbook.com.

Christians are expected to work

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Christians are not necessarily expected to earn money, but to work to support themselves, their families, and the church and community. [Read more...]

God’s call to Moses

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God’s call to Moses came while Moses was at work. The account of how this happened contains six elements that form a pattern evident in the lives of other leaders and prophets in the Bible. It is instructive to examine this call narrative and to consider its implications for us today, especially in the context of our work. [Read more...]

Offering God the products of human labor

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The items we produce—leather and cloth, dishes and plates, construction materials, lesson plans, financial forecasts, and all the rest—are priestly items. The work we do—washing clothes, growing crops, raising children and every other form of legitimate work—is priestly service to God. [Read more...]

Work as worship

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Pastors, missionaries and evangelists have a call from God. What about you? Can you work in a factory, office, school, store and have a call from God, too? If you do your job with the same kind of passion, skill, and hard work that your pastor does their job, maybe your work is really a kind of worship. [Read more...]


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