The Other Six Days

Leader Development is focused on developing a community of believers that practice their faith in their work. We believe that discipleship cannot be separated from its real world and that has implications for our work. We believe that work is worship. We believe that each person is called to their work as prophet, priest and king. Our work is a prophetic harbinger driven by the immanency of the kingdom. We must lean toward our work with both a sense of its ability to speak of the future and also to actually move the present toward the future.

Books

Business as a Calling. Michael Novak (Free Press), 1996. Called. Mark Labberton (InterVarsity), 2014. Capitalism at the Crossroads: The Unlimited Business Opportunities in Solving the World’s Most Difficult Problems. Stuart L. Hart (Wharton School Publishing), 2005. Flourishing Churches and Communities. Charlie Self (Christian Library Press), 2013. Great Commission Companies: The Emerging Role of Business in Missions. Steve Rundle and Tom Steffen (Inter Varsity Press), 2003. God Is at Work: Transforming People and Nations Through Business. Ken Eldred (Regal), 2005. Joy at Work: A Revolutionary Approach to Fun on the Job. Dennis Bakke (PVG), 2006. Kingdom Business: The Ministry of Promoting Economic Activity. David Befus (LAM), 2001. Mastering Monday: A Guide to Integrating Faith at Work. John Beckett (InterVarsity Press,) 2006. The Other Six Days: Vocation, Work and Ministry in Biblical Perspective. R. Paul Stevens (Eerdmans), 2000. Where There Are No Jobs: Enterprise Solutions and ‘Public Goods’ for the Poor. David Befus (LAM), 2005. Work in the Spirit: Toward a Theology of Work. Miroslav Wolf (Wipf and Stock), 2001. Work Matters. Tom Nelson. (Crossway), 2011.

Contact Information

Please contact Heather Erickson for more information on the other six-days project.