While each person is gifted with an unique capacity to enhance family and community life through their work, activities and relationships, something else is also at play.
A toxic cocktail of workload, pressure and precarious employment is leaving people drained and disenchanted. Erosion of relationships, health and sense of purpose is becoming the new normal.
We need a biblical perspective on Good Work. A redemptive, grace-filled vision that balances rhythms of service with rest. These theological resources can seed our imaginations to build sustainable systems of employment that enhance the flourishing of all who are touched by them.