Christ Community Shawnee
Church for Monday - February 24 | Shawnee
A Disciple Who's Ready for Monday Seeks the Good of the City, Working Diligently for the Flourishing of All - 9:00 & 10:30am
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  • Christ Community - Shawnee Campus
    8741 Ryckert St, Lenexa, KS 66219, USA
    Saturday 3:00 AM

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Title: A Disciple Who's Ready for Monday Seeks the Good of the City, Working Diligently for the Flourishing of All
Scripture: Colossians 3:23-24
Speaker: Tim Spanburg, TimS@ChristCommunityKC.org
"The world of work is broken, painful, toilsome, and frustrating. We are made for work, but in this fallen world we must do that work under conditions we were definitely not made for." - Greg Forster
I. Your work is seen.
II. Your work will be rewarded
"The Church’s approach to an intelligent carpenter is usually confined to exhorting him not to be drunk or disorderly in his leisure hours, and to come to church on Sundays. What the church should be telling him is this: that the very first demand that his religion makes upon him is that he should make good tables." - Dorothy Sayers
"The new life into which we are baptized is lived out in days, hours, and minutes. God is forming us into a new people. And the place of that formation is in the small moments of today… We tend to want a Christian life with the dull bits cut out. Yet God made us to spend our days in rest, work, and play, taking care of our bodies, our families, our neighborhoods, our homes. What if all these boring parts matter to God? What if days passed in ways that feel small and insignificant to us are weighty with meaning and part of the abundant life that God has for us?" - Tish Harrison Warren
I. Your work is seen.
II. Your work will be rewarded
III. Your work is bigger than you
"There is actually a BIG difference between passion and purpose. Passion is “do what you love” whereas purpose is “do what contributes”. Passion asks, what can the world give to you. Purpose asks, what can you give to the world.” - Morten Hansen, Great at Work

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