Work and Leisure

Bernbaum, John A., and Simon M. Steer. Why Work? Careers and Employment in Biblical Perspective. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1986.

Covey, Richard.Happiness is Being a Physically Fit Christian.Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 1989.

______.Nutrition for Godís Temple.Nashville: LifeWay, 1994.

Diehl, William. Thank God It's Monday. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1982.

Frey, Bradshaw, et al. At Work, At Play: Biblical Insight for Daily Obedience. Jordan Station, Ont: Paideia Press, 1986.

Hubbard, Steve.Faith in Spirts: Athletes and their Religion On and Off the Court.New York: Doubleday, 1998.

Marshall, Paul, et al. Labour of Love: Essays on Work. Toronto: Wedge, 1980.

Pountney, Michael. Getting a Job: A Guide for Choosing a Career. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1984.

Redekop, Calvin, and Urie A. Bender. Who Am I? What Am I? --Searching for Meaning in Your Work. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1988.

Richardson, Bobby.Grand Slam: Principles of Baseball and the Christian Life.Atlanta: Crossroads, 1978.& 796.357 R39

Ryken, Leland. Work and Leisure in Christian Perspective. Portland: Multnomah Press, 1987.

______. "Teach Us to Play, Lord." Christianity Today 35 (May 27, 1991) 20-22. &

Shelly, Judith Allen. Not Just a Job: Serving Christ in Your Work. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1985.

Tucker, Graham. The Faith-Work Connection: A Practical Application of Christian Values in the Marketplace. Toronto: Anglican Book Centre, 1987.

Warner, Gary.Competition: What is it Doing to Us?.Elgin: Cook, 1979.

Wilhelmi, Norm.The Sweet Smell of Pine.Mt. Juliet: Cross Reference, 1993.