Author: Gage Arnold

Stewarding Vocational Influence: Bloom Where You’re Planted

How might our attitudes change towards our vocations if we saw them not as a means of self-glorification but of God-glorification? Take heart that through the finished work of Christ, whatever your work may be, it exists as an opportunity to serve God, serve your neighbor, and serve the work itself. 

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Stewarding Vocational Influence: Designed for a Purpose

These good works are simply means by which God invites us to continue in the Genesis 1:27 call to fill and subdue the earth with God’s image and for His glory. This should cause us to pause as we consider the call and the gift of co-laboring with God through the works of our hands.

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Stewarding Vocational Influence: When the Righteous Prosper, the City Rejoices

Take heart, God is at work to bring about his kingdom in the world, and he has graciously invited you and I to partake as co-laborers in this work of restoration. May we see our work as an opportunity to serve the common good for the flourishing of our workplaces, our cities, and our world.

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