If the Kingdom of God is like a mustard seed, could it also be like a garage? God kees his people mobilized to do the good work he has given them through the vocation of the mechanic.
When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” Right now the light of Jesus Christ is burning within you.
We can learn a lot about life by pulling weeds. What I learned while on flower bed detail.
There has been a long standing myth that connecting our everyday work with God’s mission means that we all become apologists and evangelists in our workplaces.
A while ago some friends and I got together and decided that we were going to make homemade mozzarella cheese, drawing inspiration from Pinterest. However, as these things often go, we didn’t quite end up with what we were hoping for.
If you are a Jesus-follower who is trying to connect your everyday work with God’s mission, you need to approach your work with creativity. In fact when you are intentionally creative about your work, you are loving those your serve.
Humility should never diminish our commitment to joining God on his mission and doing good work. Do your work with humility to make Jesus more apparent in every thing that you do.
Is it possible for followers of Jesus to be too humble? Is there such a thing as too much humility?
A righteous mission drives personal righteousness.
If you want to explore further the topics of faith and work, calling, vocation, and many others, I highly recommend it patheos.com’s “My Faith and My Calling.”