Why Do People Work?

According to Gallup's "World Poll", 63% of workers worldwide are not engaged in their work. They lack motivation, and are less likely to invest personal effort in reaching organizational goals.

Only 13% of employees, worldwide, are engaged in their work. 


Perhaps it is because we don’t get meaning from our work, we bring meaning to our work!

This is why the "God's Pleasure At Work" text was created.

John Beckett, Chairman of The Beckett Companies and author of Loving Monday, calls God's Pleasure At Work "the finest and most practically helpful publication ever produced on this subject."

For an independent review of this e-text, click here.

This course may be approached as an independent study, or it may be used in a group setting, as a church small group, or a group of employees, or at the high school level in a Christian school as a Bible class, introduction to careers class, economics class, or personal finance class (but this course is just as meaningful for their parents!)

Here are comments from high school students using this text: 

"I have learned many things about the nature of work, God's purpose for it, and how a Christian should view it. These lessons will not only serve me well in my future career, but shape how I go about the day-to-day tasks of the present."

"I really love how this book shows us that we should not look at life as sacred and secular, but rather everything that we do can either be for the glory of God or contrary to His will."

"…I learned so much more than I could've imagined…I learned so much personally that I cannot wait to use in the future and share with others. I believe all Christians should read this book and soak in all the goodness just like our class did over the course of this year."

To review some of the chapters of the text, click here.

The God's Pleasure At Work Curriculum Pack contains a 180-page (pdf) e-text, over 50 video clips, a 48-page Participant Guide and The Lost Purpose for Learning booklet, all for just $35.  

To purchase, click here