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Harrison Higgins builds furniture made to last literally hundreds of years. In this short film, the Virginia woodworker describes the theology behind his furniture-making—and the beauty revealed when we treat the creation as more than a resource or even a social cause, but as a sacrament.

Furniture Fit for the Kingdom

For Harrison Higgins, building beautiful furniture is not simply a steady job but a sacrament unto God.

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June 02, 2012  1:35pm

and the rather older Buddhist doctrine of Right Livelihood...

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George Harlin

May 16, 2012  9:55pm

Or, a recovery of the Lutheran doctrine of vocation; our vocations are masks of God.

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May 02, 2012  9:36am

What does this have to do with Calvinism?

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walter smith

May 01, 2012  3:23pm

Calvinism at its best...regarding your daily work as a sacred calling to honor God.

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