Monday Morning Atheist [noun] Definition:
Someone who believes in God but who works like He does not exist.
It’s an easy thing to believe in God but work like He doesn’t exist — switching God off. You are most likely struggling with Monday Morning Atheism right now without even knowing it.
The revolutionary new book, Monday Morning Atheist, provides insights on this struggle and ways to stop the switch. It will challenge most everything you have thought about work…and yourself.
Based on 10 years of research and field experience, Monday Morning Atheist provides compelling Biblical evidence and practical solutions. In it you will find the three lies of Monday Morning Atheism and how to counteract them with God’s promises. Designed for both individual and group study, Monday Morning Atheist is designed for 5 or 6 sessions and is complete with discussion questions and practical applications.
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“Punchy, provocative and pro-active. It exposes our work struggles and creatively returns us to a divine calling at work. Brilliantly done!” Philip Lyn, MD, Senior Pastor, Skyline SIB Church
“We’re all guilty of ‘Monday Morning Atheism’ to some extent. This short and powerful book captures the essence of the problem and supplies the needed solution. What about you – any chance you’re a Monday Morning Atheist?” Peter Bourke, Executive, Author and Speaker, A Better Way to Make a Living…and a Life
“The Monday Morning Atheist is one of the deepest concerns a pastor has about his congregation – good people who attend church but when they go to the office or school or the neighborhood, God is completely left out. That’s when a professing Christian starts doing what he or she thinks is best vs. what God says is best. The result is a Monday Morning Atheist. This book is both convicting and helpful for Christians who seek to be completely devoted followers of Jesus Christ.” Bryant Wright, Senior Pastor of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church
“A well-written, engaging and very practical book written for workplace people to bring God into their daily lives. With great tools, online resources and simple questions for discussion, this has all you need to engage with God for yourself, and to run a small group.” Dr Mark Lovatt, Director of Workplace Theology, MK Bible Seminary
“Monday Morning Atheist helped not only shape my opinion of why to be active with my faith in the marketplace, but it’s pragmatic as well; sharing simple tips and stories on how to practically engage peers, clients and co-workers.” Matt Stevens, Executive, C-Beyond