Work and Career
Connecting Sunday Worship with Monday Work. This is in essence Rescuing Mondays.
Dorothy Sayers says this about work, I have already, on a previous occasion, spoken at some length on the subject of Work and Vocation. What I urged then was a thoroughgoing revolution in our whole attitude towards work. That it [work] should, in fact, be thought of as a creative activity undertaken for the love of the work itself; and that man, made in God’s image, should make things, as God makes them, for the sake of doing well a thing that is well worth doing. I asked that it [work] should be looked upon, not as a necessary drudgery to be undergone for the purpose of making money, but as a way of life in which the nature of man should find its proper exercise and delight and so fulfill itself to the glory of God.
There is no distinction between the sacred and the secular. “Often we think of exercising our faith at work as simply sharing our faith over at the water cooler or the coffee pot. But it's so much more than that. Integrating faith and work means doing your work well.”