Lately, I’ve had the opportunity to engage a few theological conversations centered on why we work, what “work” means, and how we do it—all of it— unto the Lord.
Today, work looked like canceling a meeting in Dallas, taking my strep positive son to the doctor, keeping said kid busy around town and away from others, answering “have you graded my paper yet?” emails from students, putting on Elf and allowing my kids to eat copious amounts of Halloween candy so I could have a conversation with someone from the Texas human trafficking task force. (Which I had to conduct from my locked car in my driveway.) Y’all. It was all work.
The hustle is real. But even more than keeping it real, I want the hustle to be holy. So, may the work I do today be enough. Even more, may it also be pleasing to the Lord.
Thanks for inviting me into the work/faith discussion, Currey!
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This episode with @ is so good. We talk , , and a little Theology of Hustle philosophy. She is doing some amazing work in this world and I think you are going to love hearing from her. Check it out now. Link in bio.