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Tom Nelson: Two Essential Threads to Renewed Faithfulness in Partnership with City and Ministry

In order to demonstrate Christlike compassion and promote economic capacity, Christians need to develop a robust theology that informs life more fully as well as a robust theology of economic flourishing.

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To help church leaders and lay leadership begin to close the Sunday to Monday gap, Tom Nelson offers two essential action items: Develop a robust theology of life and develop a better understanding of economic flourishing. Citing the early chapters of Genesis, Tom points to God as a worker and weaves together a compelling narrative of work, vocation and financial capacity - these constructs enable Christians to engage with the culture in a way that evokes change. He also points to the devastation in Baltimore as an example of how economic capacity is necessary for healing and growth.

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