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The Sacredness of Secular Work with Jordan Raynor

podcast January 30, 2024

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In life, sometimes, the path that follows the spirit of God may not always seem clear or make immediate sense. It’s like walking in the dark with a small lantern, where we can only see a few steps ahead. However, caring and following the spirit of God, even when it doesn’t make sense, is a journey of faith and trust. It means believing that God’s plans are greater than our understanding and that His love and guidance will lead us to a purposeful and fulfilling life.

In this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we are joined by Jordan Raynor, a podcaster, influencer, preacher, and the author of the book The Sacredness of Secular Work, to talk about seeing our work through the lens of eternity.

Jordan talks about how all good work matters to God, not just explicit spiritual work. He discusses debunking the myth that only church work is sacred and explains the First Commission versus the Great Commission when it comes to our work. Jordan also shares how understanding the sacredness of our work can transform our perspective, infuse our jobs with meaning and purpose, help us find freedom and joy in our work, and open up more opportunities to make disciples.

What You Will Learn:

  • How all our work matters to God, not just the spiritual aspects
  • Every moment of our lives can matter for eternity
  • Debunking the myth that only church work is sacred
  • God’s First Commission to create culture versus the Great Commission
  • How to cultivate gratitude and purpose in jobs you may not enjoy
  • Gaining freedom to enjoy work, knowing it has eternal significance
  • Practices for making your work matter more
  • The opportunity to make more disciples by embracing this mindset

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