Keller talks faith & work on Morning Joe

December 10, 2012 — 2 Comments


Recently I read Tim Keller’s latest book, Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s Work (Dutton), which he co-authored with Katherine Leary Alsdorf. So far, it’s the best book I’ve read on the important topic of integrating faith and work.

You may recall that in early October, before the book’s release, I shared an excerpt on common grace along with the book’s trailer.

Keller was on Morning Joe this morning discussing the book, something I’d been hoping would happen (earlier interviews on the show about his other books, like this one, have always impressed me). Here’s today’s clip:

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To see how Keller’s church in New York puts these ideas into practice, check out its Center for Faith and Work.

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  1. Timothy Keller on Work as Service vs. Idolatry | @ActonInstitute PowerBlog - December 12, 2012

    [...] Your Work to God’s Work, which aims to properly orient our work toward worship and service (HT).In the interview, Keller argues that we live in a culture that has misplaced its identity in work, [...]

  2. My favorite books of 2012 | Tim Høiland - January 7, 2013

    [...] Every Good Endeavor (Dutton) by Timothy Keller. This is the best, most comprehensive book I know of on the "integration of faith and work." Whereas most books like this focus on a single aspect of that integration, Keller takes more of a both/and approach, emphasizing a broader, more cohesive whole, and does so in a more theologically robust way than many others. I anticipated the book here and pointed to it again here. [...]

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