All Resources on Work & Vocation
In episode 421, we share an excerpt from a sermon John Piper preached in August of 2004 about worship in the workplace.
John Piper talks about the enduring lessons on vocation he gleaned from Dorothy Sayers.
Patrick Lai discusses the doctrine of vocation.
How you do your job is an essential part of Christian discipleship.
Five applications from Scripture on how you carry out your vocation.
John Piper says that in all of our work our aim should be to show Christ as supremely valuable.
Twelve questions and the Scripture passages that prompt them.
John Piper describes what his weekly day of rest looks like.
John Piper says that different spheres of life call for different guiding principles.
Six quotes that speak to the value of labor.
Almost any impersonal act can be brought to life and made precious and personal by an act of dedicating it to someone.
We are unendingly restless until we take up Christ's yoke and learn from him.
The Lord measures the faithfulness of our labor, not our success.
John Piper highlights some tangible ways that Christians can honor Christ while on the job.
God wants you to see your job primarily in terms of its strategic effect in making him known.
You can live to HAVE, either legally or illegally. Or you can become a Christian and live to give.
Labor to feast on Jesus. Satisfy yourself with his beauty and his hope-filled fellowship.
Laziness makes us resistant against any truth that exposes our laziness.
There are at least four reasons for why God has given work to mankind.