Every Good Endeavor

by Timothy Keller     |     Book Summary


Author: Timothy Keller
Publisher: Dutton
Date: 2012
Pages: 287

Book Summary of Every Good Endeavor by Timothy Keller


Americans, for the most part, do not have a biblical view of work. On one hand, many Americans despise work, seeing it only as a necessary evil. On the other hand, many Americans idolize work, turning to their careers for identity and validation.

The Bible has an entirely different view of work. The Bible explains why work is so central to our human experience; why work is so frustrating and discouraging; and how we can approach work with wisdom.

In Every Good Endeavor, college students will find biblical wisdom to guide their careers. Working adults will find biblical truth that can reorient a career gone astray. Retired adults will find biblical principles that apply even when work is not tied to a paycheck.





Every Good Endeavor

by Timothy Keller

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Every Good Endeavor by Timothy Keller

AuthorTimothy Keller
PublisherDutton
Date2012
Pages287


Overview:

Americans, for the most part, do not have a biblical view of work. On one hand, many Americans despise work, seeing it only as a necessary evil. On the other hand, many Americans idolize work, turning to their careers for identity and validation.

The Bible has an entirely different view of work. The Bible explains why work is so central to our human experience; why work is so frustrating and discouraging; and how we can approach work with wisdom.

In Every Good Endeavor, college students will find biblical wisdom to guide their careers. Working adults will find biblical truth that can reorient a career gone astray. Retired adults will find biblical principles that apply even when work is not tied to a paycheck.