Hot Dogs, Work, and Your Church

Hot Dogs, Work, and Your Church May 12, 2016



Most of us are not sure of God’s purpose for our daily work, yet your local church can help connect the dots.  I made the case at CP800, an event where I warmed up for John Maxwell at Redeemer Presbyterian’s Upper West Side Campus in NYC.  In addition to setting up the problem, this talk includes 4 action items for church leaders and it’s less than 10 minutes long. (Video is below).

To learn more, investigate our series the disconnect between faith and work that most of us live most of the time, consider this collection of posts on the vocational divide,

About the Author:  Dr. Chip Roper writes Marketplace Faith from New York City, where he is the director of Marketplace Engagement at the New York City Leadership Center.  Chip is convinced that a central piece of God’s plan for any city or community is the work that people do each day. You can learn more about him here. Chip is available for speaking, consulting, and coaching engagements. Inquire via email:



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