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.

The priority of relationships

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Relationships matter. Clearly, we cannot always drop what we’re doing at a moment’s notice and attend to strained relationships. But no matter what our task, relationships are our business. [Read more...]

Working for the joy of others

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What would our workplaces look like if one of our prime directives were bringing joy? [Read more...]

Loving your neighbor as yourself

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The most famous verse in Leviticus may be the command, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” [Read more...]

Abraham and Sarah’s hospitality

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How could we do more to encourage each other to be generous in hospitality, no matter what our professions are? [Read more...]

“God does own this business”

“I pray for wisdom on a daily basis. I’m not smart enough to run this business by myself and I know that but I believe God can sure help me.” [Read more...]

Pay equity: one company’s story

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In 1981, when Ken Melrose was appointed CEO, Toro was on the verge of bankruptcy. He felt it was his calling from God to build a culture using the concept of servant leadership. It seemed obvious to him to look at “rank & file” employees as the real strength of the organization. [Read more...]


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