Connecting our work with God’s is independent of the physical location:
Now is the time to reimagine faith and workby Denise Daniels | April 3, 2020 https://www.madetoflourish.org/resources/now-is-the-time-to-reimagine-faith-and-work/Excerpt: “According to our data, 86 percent of Christians who attend church weekly say their faith helps them to experience meaning and purpose in their daily work tasks. We anticipate that the ways in which this occurs may need to be reimagined as COVID-19 turns our work and workplaces inside out. Seeing our particular place of work — whether it is in our home, at a medical facility, in a grocery store, or on a delivery truck — as a place where God is present and active, helps us find meaning in our work. Perhaps we should see our workplaces as holy ground as well. In these spaces we can connect with God and see what God wants to accomplish through us and our work.”
God uses our unique talents to accomplish His work:
Reflections on the Pandemic’s Impact on Work
Russell Gehrlein April 6, 2020https://tifwe.org/reflections-on-the-pandemics-impact-on-work/What do we see God doing now? We see a variety of humans with God-given talents and skills, uniquely equipped to meet the physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual needs of people.
God uses us to bring hope to others, including our co-workers:
Hope when there is suffering all around by Charlie Self | April 8, 2020https://www.madetoflourish.org/resources/hope-when-there-is-suffering-all-around/Excerpt: “Friends, today we have an opportunity to share faith, hope, and love in a world paralyzed by fear. Yes, we need to follow sound guidelines and navigate health concerns with wisdom. But we have many channels open — from personal conversations to virtual communication. Above all, we can affirm and demonstrate hope and share Christ with all around us. We are not immune to suffering; however, we serve a Lord who suffered and triumphed over all sin and sickness, sorrow and sadness, and in his resurrection, Jesus offers a preview of the glorious future awaiting all who place their trust in him (Heb 2-5; 11-13).”