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The chasm between work and worship has a devastating effect on the health, vibrancy, and effectiveness of both our labor and our liturgy.
Drawing on years of ministry, teaching, and leadership experience, Matthew Kaemingk and Cory Willson explain that our Sunday worship and our Monday work desperately need to inform and impact each other. They engage in a rich biblical, theological, and historical exploration of the deep connections between worship and work, showing Christian leaders how to help people practice the presence of God in and through their daily work.
Work and Worship will be a valuable resource for professors and students in courses on vocation, work, calling, worship, and practical theology. It will also appeal to pastors and worship leaders as well as marketplace ministry leaders who want to enact Christian practices in the workplace.
Foreword by Nicholas Wolterstorff Introduction Part 1: Foundations 1. Worship That Forms Workers 2. Worship That Fails Workers 3. Workers in the Pews Part 2: Resources 4. The Old Testament: The Integrity of Work and Worship 5. The Pentateuch: Bringing Work into Worship 6. The Psalms: Singing God's Work into Ours 7. The Prophets: Destroying Work and Worship 8. The Early Church: Worship and Work in Ancient Christianity 9. The Early Church Offering: Work Becomes Worship in Christ Part 3: Practices 10. Work at the Lord's Table 11. Worship That Gathers Workers 12. Worship That Scatters Workers Epilogue: Rethinking Monday Indexes