Your work matters to God.

Those five words can have a profound impact on how we approach our careers on a daily basis. Doug Sherman wrote a book by that title many years ago, and continues to coach and advise believers on how to see our vocations as gifts from God to be used for His glory.

Romans 12:1 says to take our bodies, time, energy — everything — and place it before God as an offering.  The best thing you can do is live your life for Him.

Many people experience a mediocre, stale relationship with God and are desperately searching to regain intimacy with Jesus.  If you’re wondering if your spiritual life will remain dull, wonder no more.  Doug Sherman will teach us how to get out despair and how to have deeper conversations with God.

Doug explains that it’s not about adding more things on your to-do list, it’s about creating a lifestyle that teaches us how to respond to God a little more each day.  His plans for us go far beyond comprehension, so if we would allow Him to orchestrate our steps…what we will find is much more than ordinary.

So reconfigure your work schedule and prepare for a little adventure with God. Listen as we learn to:

  • See God as majestic, generous, and fully delighting in you
  • Enter into a deep conversation with God
  • Transform your approach to daily life
  • Simplify the way you walk with God
  • Pass on what you’ve learned

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Your work matters to God

2 Responses to "Your work matters to God"

  • Kim Moore says:

    What a great subject matter, we all seemingly have to work, or did work. Sometimes we separate our work so much from our Sunday when we go to worship our Lord. It is tough to keep our relationship in the front of our minds when we are surrounded be so much other stuff, or clutter. I enjoyed hearing that this is a journey to learn to live in Gods presence, I am continuing on that journey and trying to bring God into all aspects of my life.

  • Diana says:

    I’ve been struggling with liking/enjoying my long time job. Thank you for the reminder to do all to the glory of God-He has a plan in my chosen vocation and I need to work with Him through challenging times.

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