The gap between “Church life” and the “Real life” seems to be ever-widening. Nelson wants to remind everyone that the majority of our lives is not lived in a Sunday worship service and that God never intended for all of our Spiritual activity to take place within brick-and-mortar Church buildings.
If McManus is correct then each of our lives is destined to be filled with wonder and beauty and power. Unfortunately, many of us settle for less than what God has destined. Our souls are longing to create and our world is in desperate need of a Spiritual renaissance.
This 3-part book gives a theological background for understanding our experience and approach to work. It shows how work was created by God, cursed by the Fall, and redeemed by the gospel. Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City is home to the Center for Faith & Work, a leading voice in encouraging and equipping the saints to live into their vocations.