Posts from June 2014

Some thoughts on “Work as Worship”

by Pooky Darst Webster defines the word “worship” as “the act of showing respect and love for a god especially by praying with other people who believe in the same god: the act of worshipping God or a god.” Or “excessive admiration for someone.” The word worship, in this case, means to ascribe worth to […]

Reflections on “Work as Worship”

by Justin Knapp I think we need to make a quick distinction between “work is worship” (which I accidently called it for some time) and “work as worship.” “Work is worship” assumes that just because I am a Christian that the naturally outpouring of my day is for God. Let me not over-spiritualize my own […]

Good Job!

by Brian Anderson “There’s no greater mission field than your workplace!” “Invite that co-worker to church this week!” “Be the light in the darkness of your evil, secular job!”  Wait. My job is EVIL? There’s some truth there; however, I know I’m not the only believer who, after hearing similar cliché, bumper-sticker slogans, feels a […]