God said our work was very good but the Fall made it a struggle. The future of work in the New Creation is glorious and full of joy, fulfilment and purpose.
Wrong ways of working include making work (or the pursuit of money/wealth) an idol. At the other extreme others struggle with idleness or simply lack of effort. This blog examines how to avoid these pitfalls.
In order to redeem our work we need a fresh perspective on the purpose of our work and who it is that we are serving. When we do so there will be a natural impact on the people we are working with.
Live. Work. Create. It sounds an exciting mantra but our reality is that work often feels like a struggle and without much sense of meaning.
God writes a healthy rhythm of working from a place of rest into all that he has made. In this post I wrestle with the implications of having life in and out of balance.
The message of Genesis 1-2 is that God is a God who works and He made us in His image. There is inherent value for us in our work simply because God made us for work.