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NIV, Faith and Work Bible, eBook Formato Kindle


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You invest a significant part of your life working…it matters.

Combining doctrine, Scripture application and real-life experiences, the NIV Faith and Work Bible will help you answer the question “How does my faith relate to my work?” It doesn’t matter what job or career you have—part-time, third shift or freelance; from the shop floor, to the school hallways, to the corner office; this Bible will reveal how relevant God’s Word is to your daily work life.

Features:

  • 66 book introductions highlight the application of each book’s teachings to faith and work
  • 75 Deeper at Work stories deliver strength and encouragement from the real-life experiences of people facing the same daily challenges and opportunities you face
  • 45 Core Doctrine articles feature teachings from Christian leaders throughout the ages to help you learn the Biblical basis for integrating your faith and work
  • A 31-day journey through the Biblical narrative helps you grasp Scripture’s overarching storyline
  • 4 thought-provoking essays by David H. Kim, Richard Mouw, Nancy Ortberg, and Jon Tyson connect the gospel to your daily work life
  • Foreword by Tim Keller
  • Full text of the most read, most trusted modern-English Bible – the New International Version (NIV)

David H. Kim is the Pastor of Faith and Work at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. He is also Executive Director of the Center for Faith and Work.


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  • Editore: Zondervan; Special ed. edizione (4 ottobre 2016)
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B01CXDN6KM
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1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle An Exciting New Resource to Help You Integrate Your Faith and Work reviewed by Bill Pence of CoramDeotheBlog.com 8 ottobre 2016
Di Bill Pence - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I couldn’t be happier to see this new Faith and Work Bible, as a passion of mine is to help people integrate their faith and work. Tim Keller, Senior Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, writes the Foreword. It was Keller’s excellent 2012 book Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God's Work that started me on my own faith and work journey. This journey has included holding faith and work events at my church, reading a number of books about faith and work, and leading a faith and work book club in my workplace. I have already shared information about this wonderful new resource with my fellow book club members. David H. Kim is the Pastor of Faith and Work at Redeemer. He is also Executive Director of the Center for Faith & Work. It was in Every Good Endeavor that I first heard of Redeemer’s Center for Faith & Work.
This new Bible has the following features:
• 66 book introductions highlight the application of each book’s teachings to faith and work.
• 75 Deeper at Work stories deliver strength and encouragement from the real-life experiences of people facing the same daily challenges and opportunities we all face. I have enjoyed reading some of these stories, edited by Bethany Jenkins, on the Gospel Coalition’s excellent Faith and Work blog.
• 45 Core Doctrine articles feature teachings from Christian leaders throughout the ages to help you learn the Biblical basis for integrating your faith and work.
• A 31-day journey through the Biblical narrative helps you grasp Scripture’s overarching storyline.
• 4 essays by David H. Kim, Richard Mouw, Nancy Ortberg, and Jon Tyson connect the gospel to your daily work life.
• Full text of the New International Version (NIV) of the Bible.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle does the "job" 26 gennaio 2017
Di L. Ta - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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does the job. great articles on work. well thought out and great theology to tease how to redeem the time at work. it's a bit heavy and large for hardback. don't expect to carry it around unless you wanna work your arms out. it's a study bible.
5.0 su 5 stelle Great Bible that everyone should own 27 novembre 2016
Di Ryan T. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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David Kim does and extraordinary job in relating how the Word can impact you in the workplace. Dr. Tim Keller from Redeemer in NYC also presents a great foreword.
5.0 su 5 stelle Great book, worth reading. 5 maggio 2017
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I enjoy reading it daily and enjoy being able to highlight portions.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A Study Bible That Helps Us Integrate Faith and Work 16 dicembre 2016
Di Dr Conrade Yap - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida
One of the most common concerns among Christians is the lack of understanding how faith plays out in the world of work and in the jobs we have. Some have called it a Sunday-Monday divide while others have simply wondered how relevant is Sunday faith with regard to the other six days. While there are many books already written on the integration of faith and work, and many seminaries offering workplace ministries and marketplace theologies, this new study and application Bible offers a biblical look and varied applications about how the Bible speaks into the world of faith and work. With a foreword from renowned preacher and teacher Tim Keller, four thought-provoking essays from David Kim, Richard Mouw, Nancy Ortberg, and Jon Tyson, this study Bible presents a combination of doctrine, application, and ways to cultivate community. Keller begins by describing Christians in terms of the "gathered church" and the "scattered church." The people of God are Church together on Sunday and also a Church going out into the world on the other six days. He is convinced that the Bible speaks a lot about faith and work. David Kim adds by pondering what it means to see the gospel changing everything. He sees it as three redemptions: 1) Our motivations; 2) Our Relationships; and 3) Our world. Through redemption of our motivations, we are given a fresh vision of why we work. Through redemption of our relationships, we appreciate how the gospel transforms relationships. Through redemption of our world, knowing that God cares for our world will give us added impetus to do whatever we can to bless and to make this world a better place for all. Some features of this application Bible includes:

Doctrinal framework of motivations, relationships, and world
Centrality of the gospel
Definitions of calling and work
Introductions to every book of the Bible
A 31-Day journey through the Bible narrative
Seventy-Five Deeper at Work articles
Connecting doctrine and application
Forty-Five core doctrines with teachings from Christian leaders through the ages
Full text of the NIV 2011 edition

Jon Tyson writes on "The Gospel and Work" and like Kim, sees from the eyes of redemption. Richard Mouw in "Our Need for Theology" makes a passionate plea on the importance of doctrines not only for faith and work, but also for our daily living. Nancy Ortberg in "Finding Our Story in God's Story" sees the hand of God throughout the 66 books of the Bible but also in personal experiences. The doctrines are cleverly introduced as sermons based on a particular portion of Scripture. Each of these messages have a clear framework of integrating the truths of work, relationships, and the world at large. Apart from the 31 storylines inserted at various parts of the Bible, the study Bible is essentially non-intrusive and doubles up as a Bible for readers to simply read and study. I like the size of the fonts used which is larger than the regular Bible print. The publisher has also removed any red-lettering commonly used when describing the words of Jesus. There is a consistent green colour used in the headings, chapter titles and pericopes. All the indexes are conveniently placed at the end of the Bible for ease of reference.

For those who are used to multiple tables, reference charts, and maps, this Bible may come as a disappointment because there are hardly any of these included in this Bible. Instead, there is an intentional focus on work-related passages and how the integration of faith into the workplace can be done. This is one of the least intrusive (in terms of reading experience) study Bibles I have encountered. Having owned many study Bibles, I can attest to the struggle between reading the Bible and referring to the many study helps and references throughout the Bible. Some publishers in trying to make the study Bible helpful have gone to the extreme of adding colour, plates, maps, diagrams, and all kinds of resources which can become distracting. This Bible is minimalist when compared to those. I think the way the resources has been included is a fair balance although at times I do wish to see more study helps along the way, especially among the passages that are less explicit about work per se. Of course, when we deal with the Word of God, we need to avoid trying to squeeze the Bible through the lens of work. The Bible is more than that. This is the challenge set before all study bibles, not just this. In general, this study Bible is a nice addition to the resources of faith and work.

David Kim is pastor of Faith and Work at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City.

Rating: 4.5 stars of 5.

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