Item description for God's Wealth: Whose Money Is It Anyway? by Hood Neil...
For some, work is a constant source of anxiety, worry and tension; for others the core issue is that of balance, or lack of it. Others face unemployment and an uncertain future. But Stop. Whose work is it anyway?
This practical and challenging book explores the increasing tensions between the demands of the world and the radical nature of being Christ-like in the work arena.
Publishers Description For some, work is a constant source of anxiety, worry and tension; for others the core issue is that of balance, or lack of it. Others face unemployment and an uncertain future. But Stop. 'Whose work is it anyway?' is a recurring question that needs to be answered on a very regular basis.Written by a fellow traveller through the world of work, Neil Hood guides us through God's guiding principles and offers advice and help for the busy and business-like Christian. Knowing the biblical answer to 'Whose work is it anyway?' will provide life-changing challenges to your Christian behaviour and service that will affect your working world. * Written with a blend of theological insight and real experience of the current working world. * Helps us understand our work from a biblical perspective. * Deals with many common issues that Christians face. * Case studies from the Bible underline the Christian's response to service. * For individual or group study.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5.25" Height: 8" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2003
Publisher AUTHENTIC UK
ISBN 1850784752 ISBN13 9781850784753
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More About Hood Neil
Neil Hood is Professor of Business Policy and Co-Director of Strathclyde International Business Unit, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Jeremy Peat is Group Economist, Royal Bank of Scotland. Ewen Peters is Consultant and Senior Research Fellow, University of Strathclyde. Stephen Young is Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of Strathclyde International Business Unit, University of Strathclyde.