Being, Knowing, and Doing—Part 12 (Work)
In this Friday morning men’s study, Ken Boa discusses the idea of work. As one of the things we spend most of our time doing, it is extremely important to think clearly and biblically about work. In this lesson, Ken argues against the presupposition that “ministry is sacred, but work is secular” (we’re all in full-time ministry) and emphasizes that whatever vocation we find ourselves in, we are to work to the glory of God.
This teaching is part 12 of a subseries on work in the larger series, “Being, Knowing & Doing: How Godly Principles Strategically Affect Men’s Everyday Lives.”
Originally written in 2002. My father always hoped that one day, his “ship would come in.” Although he was a bus driver, he spent a lot of time and effort on the side, going from one venture to another in quest of the elusive cash cow. He never nabbed one, but I was able to […]