Many of us grew up in a world where some things were considered “sacred,” and other things “secular.” The sacred things (going to church, for instance) were essential, while the everyday things (working a day job) were simply necessary and unimportant. In this sermon, Pastor Jason argues that every job we do, however mundane, is important in the eyes of God, and is worthy of our faithful effort.
Okay, so there is no split between the sacred and the secular. But who cares? Why does it even matter? In this sermon, Pastor Joshua explores our Isaiah 61 calling, and why our work is so essential.
When Jesus started his public ministry in Nazareth, he explained what He was there to do by reading Isaiah 61. He had come to start the long business of restoration. Likewise, in our vocations, we are called to do the same thing. Thus, we “join Jesus in His ministry.” In this sermon, Pastor Joshua explores that idea, shows two example videos from real life, and listens as the congregation shares their thoughts.
We all have a variety of different giftings, but what do those giftings have to do with our identity? And what are the implications for our vocations? Pastor Joshua explores these ideas in week 4 of our Faith in Work series.
Christ's Center is a Local Church of Powerful People who Release Heaven Everywhere We Go.
Pastor: Joshua Rivas.