Day-to-day work. Sunday morning church.
Too often, the combination of the two creates tension—practically, ethically, emotionally, relationally, and politically. So we either build a metaphorical wall between the two or ascribe to a truncated, terse version of faith in the workplace.
But what does God want for us and from us in our work?
Many of us engage in self-help, leadership or other personal development study, taking hard looks at our personal efforts. But what if we applied that kind of examination blended with the Gospel to both our personal lives and to the broken systems around us in our work? How could we shine light into both of those places at the same time?
We believe God entrusts us with our vocations because He promises that our toil, identity, questions, plans, and interactions with our industries are rooted in Him and in eternity. At the same time, He wants to meet us personally and impact our hearts so that, through Him, we can shine light on whatever work He sets before us.
Gotham explains how and why.