Originally posted on the Center for Faith & Work.
Rev. Abe Cho of Redeemer Presbyterian Church sat down with Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, author of The World is Not Ours to Save, and discussed how the next generation of Christians will engage with the culture around them. What does it look like to be faithful to God in our work when Christians are called to die to ourselves? When we emphasize “having an impact”, are we feeding an insidious desire to seek immortality by having our stamp on the world? Abe and Tyler flesh out what it means for the fruits of our work to be bent towards human flourishing as opposed to human destruction.
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