God At Work
Discover God’s assignment for you at work. Live each day with purpose. This one statement describes the driving force behind Ken Costa’s foundational book God at Work. Millions of Christians go to work each day and face a seeming divide between the sacred and the secular. They wrestle with the dichotomy of being compassionate in a competitive environment. Does God care about the 40 hours we spend at our office every week? In God at Work, while reflecting on his own experiences in the workplace, Costa says the answer is a resounding “yes”. God does care and He not only wants to be intimately involved He wants to inhabit our workplace. Costa asserts you were made by Him, you are loved by Him, and you are called by Him. God at Work proves faith and work can be reconciled. God at Work highlights the main “Pressure Points” faced by every working person:
*Does my work matter to God?
*How am I to handle ambition and failure?
*Facing tough decisions
*Stewardship of money and giving
After decades of rumination on this very thought, Costa shows how God himself is at work and has been since the creation. He invented work. He is active and understands the nature of work. God at Work encourage readers to transform their work station into a “worship station”. Young or old, this timeless message will inspire each of us to truly live each day with purpose.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780718087647
Binding: Trade Paper
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
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