Seeing work, vocation, and economics through eyes of faith.
The average person will invest 100,000 hours of their lives in their work. God cares about these hours—work is his idea. But how does "ordinary work" fit into his kingdom purposes?
How does he provide for other people’s flourishing through even the most menial, humdrum work that we do? How can our workplaces be places of discipleship for us? What do words like "vocation" and "calling" mean, and how can they help us find purpose in our lives? How can we steward not just our finances but our working lives in service of the Gospel?
These are some of the questions that the Work with Purpose initiative is helping seminarians, churches, and workers explore. Learn more about what we do.
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