The main point of our series on God's Mission so far has been that "all work is God's work."  Healing, creating, growing, building, fixing, organizing, observing, attending... all of this is part of being made in the Image of God.  

But if this is true, then Christians are definitely not the only people doing God’s work.  If doing art is God’s work, then every artist who adds something beautiful to the world is doing God’s work, no matter if they’re Christian or Buddhist or Rastafarian.  A Hindu plumber is doing God’s work of bringing order to the universe.  A secular humanist lawyer is doing God’s work of justice, etc.  Not that religious beliefs don’t matter, and not that all religions and certainly not all people are the same, just that at some level, we all participate in bringing beauty and healing and goodness in the world.  That’s what it is to be made in the image of God.

So then, what makes Christians different?  Is there a specific calling and role for the Church, those who follow Jesus?  And what does that look like?

Read "Different How?" from Joe Heikman.

Also, check out the "Me, a Missionary?" post regarding the April 17 worship service:

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