The chasm between work and worship has a devastating effect on the health, vibrancy, and effectiveness of both our labor and our liturgy.
Drawing on years of ministry, teaching, and leadership experience, the authors explain that our Sunday worship and our Monday work desperately need to inform and impact each other. They engage in a rich biblical, theological, and historical exploration of the deep connections between worship and work, showing Christian leaders how to help people practice the presence of God in and through their daily work.
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Matthew Kaemingk (PhD, Vrije Universiteit and Fuller Theological Seminary) is associate dean, Fuller Texas (Houston); scholar-in-residence, Max De Pree Center for Christian Leadership; and assistant professor of Christian ethics, Fuller Theological Seminary.
Cory B. Willson (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary and Vrije Universiteit) is Jake and Betsy Tuls Assistant Professor of Missiology and Missional Ministry and directs the Institute for Global Church Planting and Renewal at Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan.