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We continue our conversation with Mark Greene, author of the book “Thank God It’s Monday: Flourishing in Your Workplace”. Mark is passionate about whole life integration so that our faith and work are not separate from each other, but a continuation of who I am.. This is the second of a three-part interview with him.

Do watch the first part here if you haven’t already seen it.

 

Wisdom involves bringing all of life under the authority of God. How do we do that in a way that can also brings meaning, purpose and fun?

In our conversation we relate the four pillars of wisdom (being, relating, doing and leaving) to the following questions:

Is God really interested in all areas of our lives?
How can we look at our work beyond something just to pay the bills?
How can I grow in confidence that my work really matters and makes a difference?

In this conversation and the next Mark and I explore how the whole of our lives can be lived with an eternal perspective.