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Amy Sherman: Secular Jobs Don't Make Second-Class Christians

The way we talk about the workplace can determine the way we disciple our congregation.

How often have you said, "So-and-so has left the firm to go full-time into ministry?" asks Amy Sherman. She believes the secular job calling is a ministry in itself, and it should be treated as such, challenging us to send out and commission all believers as doers of God's work in their workplaces.

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