Serving those in our community through our contents.
Inspired by Nehemiah 8 in the Bible, we believe in the importance of gathering
God's people corporately to listen and respond to the reading of God's Word. The Bible
was read aloud in public during worship, allowing worshippers to hear God's word
personally. We aim to restore this important role of the Bible by encouraging others to
implement corporate readings of scripture in their own communities.
Many people today cannot find the time to read books in their daily lives. Though reading
often gets set aside in the midst of busy schedules, we think it is important to read good
literature for growth and enjoyment. Instead of a traditional book club with required
reading, we meet to listen to audio books and enjoy them together. In this structure,
people can participate in a book club and share their opinions comfortably in a pleasant
surrounding without incurring burdens. All participants have to do is just show up!
The Theology of Work Project is an independent, international organization
dedicated to researching, writing, and distributing materials with a biblical
perspective on non-church workplaces. We collaborate with other faith and work
organizations, universities and seminaries to help equip workplace Christians for
meaningful and fruitful work of every kind.