The Nexus Between Work and Faith
Business as a work of justice | TO WHOM IS GIVEN
If business is anything, it ought to start by being personal. Christian business leaders can offer a living witness of Christ’s love by utilizing their socia...
Having a job is a very gratifying feeling, even when it seems like a grind. So how can employees benefit from the contribution they give and feel the reward of a job well done?
According to this group of educators, business and religious leaders, leaders have social capital, but they also get pulled away from the responsibility that comes with great success.
"There is something about employment that lifts the countenance up and makes someone feel like they're fully in God's image.And that is something that a business can do," said Gregory Alan Thornbury, philosopher and president of King's College in New York City.
"Don't forget justice, and using it what you've earned to share opportunity with others who may not have the same blessing that you have," says Christopher Brooks, a Detroit pastor and radio host.
Watch the video and let us know what you think about the biblical commands to entrepreneurs.