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The Gift of Work: Spiritual Disciplines for the Workplace

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Bill Heatley believes that instead of a curse, work should be a blessing. Learn the 3 key elements to shift our mindset: Principles of Discipleship, Spiritual Formation, and Kingdom Living. The result is a new way to approach our work, and a doorway to discovering meaning, purpose, and value in whatever we do.
Paperback, 176 pages
Published July 10th 2008 by NavPress
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A useful book to remind us that God is sovereign over all of life and work is designed by him, for his glory and our good. It is a helpful reminder that we should bring God into our working lives as well as every other aspect of our lives. Or rather, he is already there. We just need to wake up and greet him.
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