Whether you are a pastor, nonprofit leader or working professional, many have found this to be a difficult season of work. How do we move beyond the exhaustion and reimagine the vocation God has set before us? The Bible says work is good, and it’s good for us. It is a means of worship and service, and we are called into work so that we may be contributors to other’s flourishing.
In Today’s Conversation podcast, NAE President Walter Kim is joined by Amy Sherman who helps us refocus our perspective on work, while we consider the significance of our vocational callings and the importance of our vocational stewardship.
Walter and Amy also discuss:
- How God often uses our work as a vehicle to form us;
- Why there isn’t a sacred or secular divide between work and ministry;
- How we can be agents for the common good through our work; and
- What individuals can consider as they discern or reevaluate their vocational callings.
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Walter: One of the interesting ways that you describe work in your writing is this “vocational stewardship.” What do you mean by that?
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- Read Amy’s latest book, “Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good”
- Learn more about Amy and Sagamore Institute’s Center on Faith in Communities.
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