Thank God it’s Monday – Mark Greene

The topic of work – how we see it, how we can use it, how we can be a part of God’s Kingdom and still be in the workplace, how we can survive what is predominantly secular environment – is one that I have encountered and engaged with for much of my life.

Having spent a long career struggling with this issue, I do now wish I had read this book 35 years ago.

Mark is humourous, clear-thinking and expert in his subject. A great communicator with an important message for all of us see our “work”, whatever that encompasses, as our mission field.

There are numerous examples and stories of how Christians are serving in their workplace, making a difference, being salt and light in a world that needs it.

Mark is encouraging and practical in his advice. It is certainly a “must read” for all young Christians starting out on their adventure into the world of work.

It is also worth noting there is an excellent podcast now available from Mark, which takes the stories of people working out their faith in different sectors. The “Thank God it’s Monday” podcast is well worth a listen (I am slightly biased as my daughter was on a recent episode!) – available on the LICC web site, Youtube, Spotify and probably other podcast channels.

Thank God it’s Monday, by Mark Greene, is available here.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher, Muddy Pearl, but was under no pressure to provide a favourable review.