The second half of our campaign revolves around how Christians should be participating with God in his redemptive work of Creation. We spend a lot of our time working, this course will help you explore a theology of work to make every moment in the 9 to 5 a meaningful participation with God in his redemptive work.

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RightNow Media has a "watch party" feature that you can use for your group. Just click the "Watch as a Virtual Group" button and it should be self-explanatory from there.

The videos often pause for discussion, those go with the discussion guide you can purchase. I've provided questions below as well so you can avoid the expense.

Platform: RightNow Media

Author: Andy Crouch ft. Skye Jethani and Katlyn Beaty

Sessions: 6


Your work matters.

You spend 8 hours a day, 5 days a week (or more!) there. It's what you talk about at parties. It's how you introduce yourself. It's where you met a lot of your friends. It might even be the reason you live where you live. Our jobs often dictate the circumstances and rhythms of our lives. So why does Monday morning feel so far from Sunday morning? For many Christians, there is a significant gap between work and faith. The two simply feel unrelated.

This 6-session group study helps bridge that gap. Redeeming Work provides several tools to help you and your group along the way. More than just a once-a-week meeting, we've provided ways to reflect daily on how faith and work connect. Each session includes powerful video sessions hosted by three members of the Christianity Today editorial team—Andy Crouch, Katelyn Beaty, and Skye Jethani. There are guided conversations, interviews, and documentaries to show real-life examples of Christians engaging their calling and pressing into how God can use their unique skills, experiences, and gifting. Interviews with Timothy Keller, Chris Brooks, Amy Sherman, James K.A. Smith, Katherine Leary Alsdorf, Kate Harris, and Corey Widmer are included.

Session 1: What do you want to be when you grow up?


  1. As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
  2. What do you do for work?
  3. On a scale from 1 to 10 how satisfied are you with your work?
  4. Skye mentions that us even asking the question "what do you want to be when you grow up?" as a child reveals something about us as humans and our relation to work. What does it reveal?
  5. James Smith, professor at Calvin College, mentions that we misread Scripture and associate work with the fall. Is this the understanding of work that you have or had?
  6. He says, "God redeems your work. He doesn't redeem you from your work." How does his description of work change the way you view a theology of work? (roughly 4:00 - 6:00 in the video if you need to rewatch it)