|Cover Story: God of the Second Shift|
The theology of work conversation is thriving. Why are most workers missing from it?
Our group was white, college-educated, and passionate about helping people find meaning in their careers. We looked at Josué “Mambo” De León, pastor of a bilingual working-class congregation called Westside Church Internacional, eager to hear his thoughts on a recent “faith and work” conference.
“For us, work isn’t about thriving,” Mambo said. “It’s about surviving.”
Between bites of salad, it slowly became clear who the man ...
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Cover Story: God of the Second Shift