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The Gospel at Work: How Working for King…
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The Gospel at Work: How Working for King Jesus Gives Purpose and Meaning… (edição: 2014)

de Sebastian Traeger (Autor), David Platt (Prefácio)

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Find God's vision for your job. Reclaim God's vision for your life. Many Christians fall victim to one of two main problems when it comes to work: either they are idle in their work, or they have made an idol of it. Both of these mindsets are deadly misunderstandings of how God intends for us to think about our employment.  In The Gospel at Work, Sebastian Traeger and Greg Gilbert unpack the powerful ways in which the gospel can transform how we do what we do, releasing us from the cultural pressures of both an all-consuming devotion and a punch-in, punch-out mentality--in order to find the freedom of a work ethic rooted in serving Christ. You'll find answers to some of the tough questions that Christians in the workplace often ask: What factors should matter most in choosing a job? What gospel principles should shape my thinking about how to treat my boss, my co-workers, and my employees? Is full-time Christian work more valuable than my job? Is it okay to be motivated by money? How do you prioritize--or balance--work, family and church responsibilities? Solidly grounded in the gospel, The Gospel at Work confronts both our idleness at work and our idolatry of work with a challenge of its own--to remember that whom we work for is infinitely more important than what we do.… (mais)
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Título:The Gospel at Work: How Working for King Jesus Gives Purpose and Meaning to Our Jobs
Autores:Sebastian Traeger (Autor)
Outros autores:David Platt (Prefácio)
Informação:Zondervan (2014), 160 pages
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Etiquetas:035 TRA 學業、職業、理財 School / Employment / Money Management

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The Gospel at Work: How Working for King Jesus Gives Purpose and Meaning to Our Jobs de sebastian traeger (Author)

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The authors discuss work in a biblical context. While not a theology of work, the authors seek to make practical applications for persons in their jobs. The book probably applies most to those in white-collar settings although some parts apply to blue-collar employees as well. I found this book as unremarkable as many business books in today's market. The appendices provided the most unique and useful content, specifically the one drawing upon several chapters of the book of Acts and the one discussing the future of missionary endeavors. ( )
  thornton37814 | Jan 29, 2021 |
Find God’s vision for your job.

Reclaim God’s vision for your life.

Many Christians fall victim to one of two main problems when it comes to work: either they are idle in their work, or they have made an idol of it. Both of these mindsets are deadly misunderstandings of how God intends for us to think about our employment.

In The Gospel at Work, Sebastian Traeger and Greg Gilbert unpack the powerful ways in which the gospel can transform how we do what we do, releasing us from the cultural pressures of both an all-consuming devotion and a punch-in, punch-out mentality—in order to find the freedom of a work ethic rooted in serving Christ.

You’ll find answers to some of the tough questions that Christians in the workplace often ask:

• What factors should matter most in choosing a job?
• What gospel principles should shape my thinking about how to treat my boss, my co-workers, and my employees?
• Is full-time Christian work more valuable than my job?
• Is it okay to be motivated by money?
• How do you prioritize—or balance—work, family and church responsibilities?

Solidly grounded in the gospel, The Gospel at Work confronts both our idleness at work and our idolatry of work with a challenge of its own—to remember that whom we work for is infinitely more important than what we do.
  OCMCCP | Jan 15, 2018 |
For authors Sebastian Traeger and Greg Gilbert, the secret to honoring God in the work place lies in balancing between the idleness in work and idolatry of work. This idea is the thread that runs throughout the book. Leaning heavily upon Colossians 3:22-24, the authors make the case that our work should honor God above all other motivations.

I think The Gospel at Work is a commendable book. It covers some very practical issues (choosing a job; balancing work, family, and church; how to deal with difficult coworkers and bosses; how to be a christian boss; and how to share the gospel at work), but does so from a theological perspective -though I wish at times the theology had shone through more. It's ultimate strength lies in its practicality. Since the average Christian spends the majority of their waking life in the workplace, we need to discover how God uses our workplace experiences in our lives and the lives of others for his glory. This book is a helpful tool towards that end. ( )
  RobSumrall | May 14, 2016 |
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Find God's vision for your job. Reclaim God's vision for your life. Many Christians fall victim to one of two main problems when it comes to work: either they are idle in their work, or they have made an idol of it. Both of these mindsets are deadly misunderstandings of how God intends for us to think about our employment.  In The Gospel at Work, Sebastian Traeger and Greg Gilbert unpack the powerful ways in which the gospel can transform how we do what we do, releasing us from the cultural pressures of both an all-consuming devotion and a punch-in, punch-out mentality--in order to find the freedom of a work ethic rooted in serving Christ. You'll find answers to some of the tough questions that Christians in the workplace often ask: What factors should matter most in choosing a job? What gospel principles should shape my thinking about how to treat my boss, my co-workers, and my employees? Is full-time Christian work more valuable than my job? Is it okay to be motivated by money? How do you prioritize--or balance--work, family and church responsibilities? Solidly grounded in the gospel, The Gospel at Work confronts both our idleness at work and our idolatry of work with a challenge of its own--to remember that whom we work for is infinitely more important than what we do.

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