Work and Worship: Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy (Interview w/ Dr. Matthew Kaemingk)


On this episode, public theologian Matthew Kaemingk shares why Sunday morning worship and Monday morning work desperately need to inform and impact one another.

Lessons explored in this episode:

  • What’s wrong with trying to forget about the “cares of the week” when we gather for corporate worship?
  • How gathered worship can be a transformational space for workers and their work
  • The Christian doctrine of the munus triplex and its implications for our work today

About the guest:
Matthew Kaemingk (PhD, Vrije Universiteit and Fuller Theological Seminary) is associate dean for Fuller Texas (Houston), scholar-in-residence at the Max De Pree Center for Christian Leadership, and assistant professor of Christian ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is also a fellow with the Center for Public Justice and the coauthor (with Cory B. Willson) of Work and Worship: Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy.

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