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Women & Work

Bearing God’s Image and Joining in His Mission through our Work

Courtney Moore (Editor)

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God gave His people work to do in the Garden of Eden before sin entered the world. Work is not untouched by sin, but it is good, as God allows us to image Him and the way He works through our lives.

Vocation and work are often a charged topic for women - inside or outside the home. Be a homeschool teacher or send your kids to public school? Wash clothes and dishes to the glory of God or work in the corporate world for the same?
In this practical book on the theology of work, read wisdom from women who represent all the realms of where a woman might find herself working and discover:
  • how to think about calling
  • how to work from weakness
  • how to find joy in wise stewardship, no matter the field
  • how to join the mission of God in both motherhood and childlessness
  • how to image God in both secular and sacred work
  • how to manage and work with men
  • how to grow through conflict

All work is Kingdom work. As women, let's join together in celebrating the good gift of work.
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Item Number 005842706
Length 8.5
Language English
Medium Format Paperback
Contributors Courtney Moore (Editor)
Publication Date 2023-06-13
Height 0.563
Width 5.5
Pages 208
Product Group Books
ISBN13 9781087787459
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
ISBN10 1087787459
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