Finding purpose at work is one of the greatest challenges in the world today.
Work is a fundamental part of who we are. Our identities can be defined by our work, but how do we make sure that God is transforming our whole lives, including our work?
God at Work seeks to offer practical and life-changing solutions which inspire and help us live out our true purpose at work. Whether you need encouragement, support, more of a challenge or a deeper theology of the workplace we hope you find something here.
Ken Costa considers the challenges of living out faith at work and speaks openly of his own struggles with ambition, money, relationships, success and failure. Using biblical principles and applying them to the twenty-first century workplace, he offers practical advice on pressure points including does my work matter to God, ambition, failure, tough decisions, and money and giving. Available now from alphashop.org.
The Course - coming soon
A series of 12 short films with discussion materials and testimonies. A brilliant set of flexible resources designed to fuel discussion on faith and the workplace. The God at Work resources can be used as a 6 or 12 week course, and you can watch the ones which are most important to you.
We’re building a network of people who are passionate about living with purpose in their workplaces. Watch this space as it develops. Take a look at what we have online through @godatwork on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.
‘I can think of few people better qualified to write on the subject of faith in the workplace than my friend Ken Costa. His strong Christian faith and his skills in the world of finance mean that he has had to do what he writes about. I commend this book very warmly’
Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
‘No one is better qualified than Ken Costa to write a book like this’
Nicky Gumbel, Vicar of HTB and pioneer of Alpha
‘I have no doubt that this book could transform the way you work’
Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach, Vice-Chairman, Goldman Sachs International
‘This book is a must read’
Agu Irukwu, Senior Pastor, Jesus House for All the Nations, London
‘Whatever happened to moral responsibility among the financial institutions? Do their employees have no conscience at all? One robust answer to these questions came with the publication of God at Work: Living Every Day with Purpose, by Ken Costa’
The Financial Times
‘Neither theology nor business tome, [God at Work] blends quotes from Corinthians and Deuteronomy with observations on business life from FTSE 100 stalwarts such as Sir Nigel Rudd, Sir Terry Leahy and Jean-Pierre Garnier’
Available now from alphashop.org