Quarterly Report, 2018 Q1

Newsletter / Produced by TOW Project

New: Jesus and Your Job Video Series

What do engineers pray for? How do finance professionals bring faith to their work? Do Christians in food service see work as a calling? In this video series, Sean McDonough explores the New Testament precedents for modern industries and asks working Christians “What does Jesus have to do with your job?” The series is available for free here.

​Devotional Reading Plan Now Available in Spanish

One of our most popular devotional reading plans, God’s Good Idea: Work, is now available in Spanish. Read La beuna idea de Dios: el trabajo for free

Thanks to our partner Proyecto Nehemias for translating this plan. Proyecto Nehemías is non-profit Christian ministry that produces professional, high-quality Spanish-language versions of the English-language content of other Christian ministries and publishers. Find out more at http://proyectonehemias.org/

​Soul Purpose: Making a Difference in Life and Work

Grounded in God’s call to us in Scripture, this book will help you explore God’s purposes for your life’s work. Soul Purpose includes a workbook that will help you unpack and tell your unique story. You’ll look at your personality, knowledge, talents, skills, spiritual gifts, and finally, your values, desires and passions. Read Soul Purpose for free

Just Decisions: Making Right Choices at Work

This book is all about making decisions that are consistent with our Christian faith – especially in the workplace. In Just Decisions, a case study will help you look at the three most common approaches among Christians for making moral choices. You will consider what the Bible has to say about each of these approaches. Then, you’ll explore combining the three to gain a balanced and integrated approach to decision-making. Read Just Decisions for free.


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