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As women busy about our work, we often leave God to the spiritual categories of our lives, seeing our daily occupations as just work. In Everyday Worship, biblical counselor Trisha Wilkerson addresses the underlying heart issues that keep us from seeing all of life lived for God's glory. The challenge of connecting work to worship is as old as the story of Mary and Martha, Wilkerson teaches. The solution, though, is not to choose between worship and work, but rather to worship in our work. As we depend on God, find our confidence in Him, and work as stewards by his grace, our hearts are filled with joy.
"Trisha examines the many facets of life that every woman faces, then draws you back to the gospel through her heart-probing questions at the end of each chapter."-- Karen Cheong
"Biblically-saturated, refreshingly honest, and practically helpful, this book is a gift of encouragement and inspiration to women like myself who want to work heartily while being motivated and sustained by the life-giving grace of Christ."-- Keri Seavey
"She renewed in my heart a passion to work as worship for all that Jesus has done for me. This book will be very helpful for those of us who are learning how to work as unto the Lord."-- Jessica Thompson Co-author of Give Them Grace Poway, California
"She invites all women to experience the freedom and joy that work and worship can bring when Jesus is the center. Pick up this book and learn from her wisdom."-- Jennifer Smidt
"These personal insights clothed in a practical and spiritual way are refreshing. This timely book should focus our minds on the Lord Jesus Christ so that we worship God "whatever, whenever, however".-- Carine MacKenzie
This devotional book offers plenty of heart checks to assess not only the work that we do, but also our motivations and aims as we go about our work ... My work looks and feels like a pile of never-ending tasks. Trisha has helped me to see that those piles are actually opportunities to worship the Lord of glory who calls us to do everything in humility, without complaining, and heartily as unto the Lord, in dependence upon Him to accomplish His work in and through me.-- Kristie Anyabwile