Making work work (Khmer)

Making work work (Khmer)

8 studies for individuals or groups

Eight studies showing God's perspective on work, whether at home, at an office or in a factory.

Part of the Good Book Guides series.

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Most of us spend most of our waking hours at work. It takes up most of our energy and often most of our emotions. It is at times really fulfilling, and at other times utterly frustrating. It keeps a roof over our heads and food on our tables… but is there any more to work than that?

Christians can feel that what they do Monday to Friday is irrelevant to their faith; or, worse, gets in the way of them living out their faith. Others who don’t go to work in an office or factory can feel that they are of little worth.

Could work—should work—be anything more than something to go to, make money at, and return home from?

The Bible’s answer is: Yes! Whether you go out to work, or are a parent whose work is at home… whether you’re out of work, starting your first job, running a company, or retired… these eight studies will show you, excite you and challenge you with God’s perspective on working in His world.

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Contents

  • Introduction
    Why study Making work work?
    1. Purpose at work (Genesis 1 v 26 – 2 v 25)
    2. Trouble at work (Genesis 3; 4; 11; 31)
    3. Saviour at work (Ephesians 2; 4)
    4. Rest from work (Hebrews 3 v 7 – 4 v 11)
    5. Wisdom at work (Proverbs 31)
    6. Witness at work (Colossians 3 v 22 – 4 v 6)
    7. Money and work (1 Timothy 6 v 6-10, 17-19)
    8. Worry at work (Matthew 6 v 25-34)
    Leader's Guide

Specification

Contributors Marcus Nodder
ISBN 9789924501855
Format Paperback
Dimensions 162mm x 230mm x 7mm
Weight 0.20 kg
Language Khmer
Publisher Fount of Wisdom Publishing

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