From the Christianity Today article, lets touch on a couple of things. First, pastors and church leaders need to "help business people develop a fundamental understanding of what it means for Christians to engage in business." Wonderful! Some other points, which bear future discussion.
- I am not supposed to be primary an evangelist at work. Yee-gads, is this true?!!
- My secular vocation is as noble as those who work in the church.
- Work is part of the good creation, and deserves the attention of pastors as they contemplate spiritual direction and guidance of their flocks. I would love to know where in the world this is actually happening.
- If churches are to take the task of connecting the secular and sacred, what should it look like? So, how do we see this actually happening?