By Andrew Frye

Andrew Frye lives in Grants Pass, Oregon with his wife Terry and their two children. He is the department chair for history at Grants Pass High School and is an adjunct instructor at Rogue Community College. He has served the church as a worship leader, elder, and teacher. Andrew is a James Madison Fellow-Scholar and holds a MA in history and philosophy from Excelsior College, where he did work at Georgetown University and Oxford University, England and a B.A. in history from San Diego State University.

A Theology of Work, Part 2: Cobblers and Crosses

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In A Theology of Work, Part 1: The Glory of Work, I explored the goodness of work in God’s design. But, in this age of busy schedules and workaholic attitudes, we can get work wrong; we can even make work inside the church an idol. On the other hand, some of us are in jobs…