Listen to an excellent sermon from Tim Keller here. The blurb on the website summarises the sermon as follows:Many people think that if you believe in a literal second coming of Christ, then you won’t care about improving this world at all. Yet, the Bible teaches the exact opposite. It is because … [Read more...] about Hope for your work – a sermon from Tim Keller
In this video (23:21), Tim Keller talks about why God matters to work and why work matters to God. It would appear that this address came while he was conducting research for his book, Every Good Endeavor. … [Read more...] about Why work matters – Tim Keller (Video)
Here are links to three excellent excellent presentations + panel discussions from the 2013 Gospel Coalition National Conference featuring some key figures from the US work and faith space: … [Read more...] about Video resources from the 2013 Gospel Coalition National Conference
This is the question sitting behind these two statements that we ask people to respond to in our on-line Worker Survey (if you have not participated and would like to, click here): 'I intentionally behave differently to my colleagues at work because I am a Christian' 'I intentionally approach … [Read more...] about Should following Jesus make a difference in the workplace?
Tim Keller gives a biblical perspective of risk at the EI Forum in 2013. He is speaking at a conference for entrepreneurs and, while risk is not specifically mentioned in the Bible, he argues that two related and key concepts are: Fear (Psalm 3:1-6): Relocate your identity in God's glory to deal … [Read more...] about A biblical perspective on risk: Tim Keller
After briefly outlining the theological context (creation, fall, redemption and restoration), Tim Keller discusses 5 ways that your faith can influence and shape your work in this video from the 2013 Gospel Coalition Conference (27:42). In summary: Faith gives you an inner ballast without which … [Read more...] about Redefining Work – Tim Keller
In a recent sit-down conversation with Andy Crouch, Keller explained why he wanted to write a more comprehensive book about faith and work, how he learned to answer congregants' questions about their work, and what Redeemer has done to equip laypeople to live into their vocations outside the … [Read more...] about Why Tim Keller Wants You to Stay in That Job You Hate