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Faith and Work Resources


In addition to bibilical study, I leaned heavily into the following resources for preparing this five-part series on working to the glory of God and for the good of others; they were very helpful. If you'd like to explore the subject at a deeper level, I recommend them. 


Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God's Work, Timothy Keller

How Then Should We Work, Hugh Whelchel

Reweaving Shalom: Your Work and the Restoration of All Things, Hugh Whelchel


Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics

From their site: "The Institute for Faith, Work & Economics (IFWE) is a Christian organization advancing a free and flourishing society by revolutionizing the way people view their work. We believe the Bible’s timeless truths about the purpose of our work and how to make wise decisions with all that we've been given. When Christians understand and live out the biblical meaning of work, then lives, societies, and nations will be transformed for Christ."

Theology of Work Project

From their site: "The Theology of Work Project (TOW) is an independent, international organization dedicated to researching, writing, and distributing materials with a biblical perspective on non-church workplaces. The Project’s primary mission is to produce resources covering every book of the Bible. We are also developing resources for the most significant topics in today’s workplace, such as calling, ethics, truth & deception, provision & wealth, motivation, finance, and economics and society. Wherever possible, we collaborate with other faith-and-work organizations, churches, universities and seminaries to help equip workplace Christians for meaningful and fruitful work of every kind."