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Thank God It's Monday: Ministry In The Workplace

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Helps you in looking at making the most of the time we spend at work; examining our jobs, colleagues and bosses from God's point of view; and, expanding the 'spiritual' part of life from the weekend to the workplace and understanding that God is at work there through us, in us, and in those we work with.
Paperback, 180 pages
Published August 1st 2001 by Scripture Union (UK)
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Pete Jackson
Good book. Full of stories & examples. V readable, motivational & practical.
Esp strong on witness at work, godliness & integrity in living as gospel people at work. More can b said on theology of work & can b found elsewhere, tho what is provided here is very good.
Some will find quibbles esp over some of the assumptions about calling & guidance, but that is hardly a reason not to benefit from what is excellent here.
Jon
First off I recommend if you are a Christian in any form of work; be that full time employment, part time employment, self employed, studying, house wife/husband..well any work, that you read this book! Mark answers so many questions and concerns I had as a Christian trying to take Jesus to work with me, recognising my paid employment as a way of worshipping The Lord and the importance of the roll a boss has in my life. From reading this book it has given me a fresh passion for both Monday morni ...more
Joanne
Brilliant! Not only a brilliant book, but one based on our side of the Atlantic which therefore recognises the national cultural barriers to bringing yourself to raise issues of faith with anyone! While I've enjoyed reading a few other books of this kind, American ones just assume you will spread the word. Mark Greene, on the other hand, accepts that we Brits are far too shy and uncomfortable about doing such things, so acknowledges that it is a problem in the UK, one which we may be able to ove ...more
Sue
Fairly interesting, looking at the importance of living as a Christian in the workplace - having integrity, being a living witness, showing respect and fairness, etc. Nothing particularly new and startling, but some interesting anecdotes. Worth reading.
Ian Rees
Really practical, full of insights about the way Christians should view work, and lots of helpful examples.
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