Paul Wilson believes God is poised to perform a mighty work through “believers in the workplace”—including the secular university. The Rev. Billy Graham had the same insight.
But Christ followers in secular institutions must explicitly embrace secular work as God’s work. Likewise, seminaries, churches, and pastors must step up their efforts.
In this book, the author shares his struggles of being a follower of Christ at secular places of learning. At times, he felt there was little or no integration of his faith and vocation due to a lack of courage and time.
Get answers to questions such as:
• What are the perils of living a double life by not identifying yourself as a follower of Christ?
• How can Christ regain a foothold at secular institutions of learning?
• How can educators help students move closer to the Lord outside of class?
• What does a faithful presence look like in the academy?
A Sacred Journey presents a Gospel-centered framework for Christian witness on campus where Ph.D. students, faculty, and staff, can serve as salt, light, and leaven in their secular university environments. We must reclaim the sacredness of our academic vocations.