Glory in the Mundane

God is big enough to make our most menial of tasks into something meaningful. He’s transcendent enough — and draws near enough to us — to make the mundane in our lives significant for his glory.

As a worship-leader for the Passion conferences, Christy Nockels knows what it’s like to enjoy God in the midst of a massive assembly for Jesus, and as a mother of three, she’s learning what it’s like to enjoy God in the middle of life’s many seemingly menial moments. Her most recent album, called Into the Glorious, is built around this newfound lesson and theme.

In this 5-minute clip, Christy talks about discovering the glory of God in the mundane of everyday life.

Other resources from our recent interview with Christy Nockels:

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David Mathis (@davidcmathis) is executive editor for, pastor at Cities Church in Minneapolis/Saint Paul, and adjunct professor for Bethlehem College & Seminary. He has edited several books, including Finish the Mission, Acting the Miracle, and most recently Cross, and is co-author of How to Stay Christian in Seminary.