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There is a great difference in excellency, usefulness, and comfort between people of clear, digested knowledge, and confused, undigested apprehensions. -Richard Baxter

His Will and our work, part 1 of many…

As alluded to on the July calendar, in October (yes, an announcement in July about an October thing), we’ll devote some time in October (perhaps on retreat, perhaps here at home–still deciding) to a discussion of faith and work–i.e. profession. Chuck Garriott will be here. Letters are going out within the week to several PCPC members in various professions to see if they might join us and corral those of you in the same or similar professions into a discussion of faithfulness in the marketplace. Even if you’re still in training for your profession, aspiring to that profession, or still not sure on what profession you might one day land, our time together will speak broadly enough to how to live and work for the glory of God, a la Colossians 3:15.

Anyhow, for now, you might have a look at a nice bookstore with resources on faithfulness in many professional spheres. (Hat tip to our old friend, the now Reverend Blake Altman, assistant director of Manna Christian Fellowship in Princeton, NJ.)

And for the really enthusiastic, have a look at what would be my hope for where these little professional guilds might develop into over time.

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