Russell helps break down the divide prevalent in the church of thinking about some work as sacred as other work as secular, and helps us connect our Sunday worship to Monday work.
Steve looks at Paul's thanksgiving in 1 Thessalonians 1:2-3 to help explore how we can understand our work as part of God's own work.
At the beginning of this week leading up to the central event of the Christian story, Steve looks at Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem as part of the good news he is coming to announce, and begins thinking about how this affects how we view our day to day work.
John helps us identify the way Jesus understands his own work, and explores some implications from this for how we understand his, and our, work.
John looks at the new mandate of working for justice that God desires his people to carry as his representatives in the world.
Steve looks at what happens to work in Genesis 3 as humanity decide to define good and evil for themselves.
Steve looks at the purpose God gives humans when he creates them "in His image and likeness" in Genesis 1:26-28.
Starting a new series exploring God's intended integration of faith and work, Steve looks at the Jewish creation account in Genesis 1:1-2:3, where God is depicted as the first worker.
John concludes our Advent series in Matthew, thinking about the way that God uses the unexpected to make himself known.
Steve explores Paul's counsel offered to the Corinthians (1 Cor. 7:25-40) regarding the betrothed as to whether or not to marry, with some practical advice on how to approach dating.
Steve looks at Paul's examples of circumcision and slavery to encourage followers of Jesus to learn to be a disciple in the very circumstance they are currently in.
John looks at Paul's words to the Corinthian community regarding divorce in 1 Cor. 7:10-11, uncovering a biblical understanding of what divorce is, and what Paul is saying about it in the Corinthian context.