How do you bring your faith to your work?

by Demi Prentiss

Are you searching for a free online Bible study that helps you connect your work, your calling, and your faith? The Theology of Work Project and Public Reading of Scripture have teamed together to offer an online study via Zoom during the month of April. Each 45-minute session, hosted by ToW’s executive director Will Messenger, is offered twice a week.

You can join the study using this link: https://zoom.us/j/991407943 

There are three more sessions offered in April. Click on the link at one of the times listed below. All times below are listed in Eastern Time (ET), United States. Click here to find your local time.

      • The Eternal Value of Work (Revelation 21-22)
        Thursday, April 23, 12:30pm ET
      • Calling: Finding God’s Call for Your Work (Romans 12)
        Tuesday, April 28, 3:30pm ET
      • Calling: Finding God’s Call for Your Work (Romans 12)
        Thursday, April 30, 12:30pm ET

“The Eternal Value of Work” and “Calling: Finding God’s Call for Your Work” are the final two sessions in a five-session study titled God’s Word for Work By following the GWFW link, you’ll access the entire five-week study.  You’ll find resources to help you host an online Bible study, including the Bible passage, commentary, prayer, and time for group discussion.  You can gather with friends, co-workers, your small group, anyone you want to study the Bible with! You can use all the lessons, or pick and choose among them.

Thanks to our friends at the Theology of Work Project and Public Reading of Scripture for offering these resources.

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