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Acts

Acts (Paperback)

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The Acts of the Apostles depicts the early church working hard to grow itself and serve others in the face of opposition, shortages of people and money, government bureaucracy (church bureaucracy came later), internal strife, and even the forces of nature. Their work shows similarities to what Christians face in non-church-related workplaces today. A small group of people put their hearts into work that brings Christ's love to people in every sphere of life, and they find the amazing power of the Holy Spirit at work in them. If this is not what we experience in our daily work, perhaps God wants to guide, gift, and empower our work as much as he did theirs.

These Bible studies are part of The Bible and Your Work Study Series. Each book contains Scripture references, thought-provoking questions, and prayers to help you explore what the Bible says about work and apply it to your life in positive, practical ways. The lessons in each chapter are designed for thirty-minute lunch breaks, although they can be used in other formats as well.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesReligion & BeliefsChristianityBiblesReligion & BeliefsChristianityChristian life & practice Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers Inc Publication Date: 29/02/2016 ISBN-13: 9781619707245  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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The Theology of Work (TOW) Project exists to help people explore what the Bible and the Christian Faith can contribute to ordinary work. The Theology of Work Project is an independent, international organisation dedicated to researching, writing, and distributing materials with a biblical perspective on non-church workplaces. The Project's primary mission is to produce resources covering every book of the Bible.

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