When Christ is central, it doesn’t mean we withdraw from real life and become a hermit or retreat to a monastery or convent. It means Jesus takes a central place in our lives and He re-orders every other element of our lives. He re-orders how we function as families and in our communities. He also wants to re-order our work lives – and not by sending everyone into vocational ministry.
He’s given you a ministry – and most of you get paid for it! That’s right! God wants your work to be a ministry.
Don’t worry, you don’t have to start a workplace Bible study, though that may be a great idea. God wants to use you where you are right now for His purposes. That may seem like a stretch, but we’re going to help you see how in our newest series: iWork.