God and Work: Resources from the De Pree Center

By Mark D. Roberts

May 11, 2020

De Pree Journal

Are you looking for resources to help you make connections between God and your work? Do you want to experience the difference God makes in your daily work?

If so, the De Pree Center is here to help. We have created several digital resources on work for FULLER Formation, an online platform for learners. You do not have to be a Fuller degree candidate to learn from Formation. You just need to be eager to grow in your understanding and experience of God and God’s relevance for your daily life. Whether you connect to Formation on your computer or your phone, Formation resources will guide you through an interactive and transformational learning process.

Ordinarily, FULLER Formation resources are available for a modest charge. But in light of the pandemic, Fuller has chosen to make all Formation resources available for free through the end of June 2020

The De Pree Center Formation resources on work include:

God and Work: Biblical Basics (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), by Mark Roberts

Overcoming Inequality: Women at Work, by Michaela O’Donnell Long

Faithful Work in a Challenging World: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther, by Mark Roberts

God’s Presence in the Workplace, by Mark Roberts

Reframing Servant Leadership, by Uli Chi

Vocation Mythbusting, by Michaela, O’Donnell Long, Paul Matsushima, and Jerome Blanco

Redefining Success and Failure, by Mark Roberts

In addition, we offer the daily email devotional, Life for Leaders, that will help you experience God’s presence and guidance in your daily work. You can subscribe to Life for Leaders here.

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Mark D. Roberts

Senior Strategist

Dr. Mark D. Roberts is a Senior Strategist for Fuller’s Max De Pree Center for Leadership, where he focuses on the spiritual development and thriving of leaders. He is the principal writer of the daily devotional, Life for Leaders,...

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