So we’re talking about your book, Work Matters: Connecting Sunday Worship to Monday Work. You start with an explanation on how we’re made in the image of God and, of course, a God who works. Could you elaborate on that idea? One of the things that is surprising, I guess, but also wonderfully joyful is that God introduces himself as a worker, as you said. I mean when you think about how the Bible starts, God could have introduced himself in that special revelation in almost any way, right? God has a lot to reveal about himself, but he chooses, right at the opening verses of Genesis, to describe himself as a worker, the God who created the heavens and the earth. He presents himself as a working God, which is really amazing in its importance in understanding who he is. As Genesis continu

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