JD, a Community Transformation Strategist, looks at the undeniable link between leadership and a specific place. He argues that leadership can't be effective without a strong commitment to a specific area.
This audio recording of Dr Tongoi's article highlights a few inspiring examples of how Christians have lived out their mission in the marketplace over the course of history - showing how business can truly be a redemptive force in society.
This audio recording of Dr Tongoi's article provides a thoughtful starting point for those embarking on 'business as mission' - as a powerful expression of God’s activities in and through the marketplace.
In this episode, Sibs Sibanda and Paul Kim discuss Dorothy Sayer’s third proposition, which is that the worker’s first duty is to serve the work, not the community. Her view is that whenever man is made the centre of things, trouble follows – and that is the problem with making ‘serving the community’ the purpose of work.
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In this episode of Why Work?, Sibs Sibanda and Paul Kim discuss Dorothy Sayer’s second proposition, which is that when a man or woman is called to a particular job of secular work, it is as true a vocation as though he or she were called to specifically religious work.
In the previous episode of Why Work? Sibs Sibanda and Paul Kim discussed Dorothy Sayer’s first proposition that work is what we were created to do, not just something we have to do. In this episode they explore its implications for integrating work and rest, and taking pride in producing quality work.
Why Work: Work and Dorothy Sayers – Paul Kim and Sibs Sibanda have reunited for this exciting new podcast series entitled Why Work? based on Dorothy Sayers’ well-known essay. In this introductory episode, they compare Sayers’ World War II context with our post-Covid reality – as two watershed moments in the history of work.
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