A tight job market is a chance for Christians to rethink work

From Religion News Service

In the time of Paul in the Bible, it was customary for rabbis to learn a trade which they could use to sustain themselves and fund their ministry. For Paul, this was tent-making, and is the place we get the metaphor of "tentmakers."

In this piece for RNS, Karen Swallow-Prior makes a timely connection between the present strangeness of the North American labour market and the long history of vocational Christian ministry -- suggesting along the way how we might use our work to bless those around us.

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