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Tom Nelson and David Greusel: Q & A - The Supposed Dichotomy Between Sunday and Monday

In what vocational capacity do you feel God's pleasure? How does this knowledge help you overcome longstanding, dichotomous judgments about the nature of faith and work?

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Architect David Greusel discusses his passion and calling, and how being an architect seemed lesser than and secondary to full-time church ministry until he found a church that affirmed the relationship between faith and work. He also addresses two lies that cultural Christianity has perpetuated: 1) The only thing that lasts forever is the human soul and 2) It's all going to burn anyway.

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