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Work That Makes a Difference


Direct Price: $12.99 $7.79
Format: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 112
ISBN: 9781629956824
Release Date: 07/21/21

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If you’ve ever wondered how you can best serve God and your neighbor faithfully in your work, this study provides welcome encouragement and guidance. Discover what makes your work both good and strategically valuable—then develop a concrete plan to make a difference in your corner of the world.

Endorsements

“For the last year, Dan Doriani and I have empowered multicultural leaders with weekly meetings using Work That Makes a Difference. I highly recommend Dan’s book and invite you to join the team of multicultural faith-and-work disciple makers who live out the love of Jesus daily in the marketplace.”

—Brad Wos, Multicultural Director, Evangelical Free Church of America Central District 

Praise for Dan Doriani's Previous Book on Work

“Dan is an academic who wears his considerable scholarship lightly as he writes a theologically rich but accessible book on the Christian and work.”

—Timothy Keller, Author, Every Good Endeavor

“Dan was teaching on the relationship between faith, work, and culture long before this topic became popular. With a great love for the gospel and the hope of Christ’s kingdom stirring in his heart, Dan has given us a wonderful introduction to a biblical theology of work.”

—Scotty Smith, Teacher in Residence, West End Community Church, Nashville

 

The Author

Daniel M. Doriani

Daniel M. Doriani

Daniel M. Doriani (MDiv, PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary; STM, Yale Divinity School; Research Fellow, Yale University) is professor of theology and vice president at Covenant Theological Seminary. He is the founder and president of The Center for Faith and Work, St. Louis; a member of the Council of The Gospel Coalition; and a regular blogger. He was also a lead pastor for fifteen years.