The workplace can be very rewarding for the Christian worker. But let's face it--the workplace can also be the most challenging place to be ""salt and light"" as Jesus commands in Matt 5:13-16. It is daunting to consider that on average, we work 90,000 hours over the course of our working lives. Living Salty and Light-filled Lives in the Workplace gives Christian workers some practical ways to be ""salt and light"" in the workplace. It will help the Christian white- and blue-collar worker live salty and light-filled lives in the workplace. ""In December 1940, British church leaders looking ahead to post-war social reconstruction included among the necessary vital points 'that the sense of Divine vocation must be restored to a man's daily work.' Luke Bobo shows how that problem persists in our contemporary world and offers an experience-based, theologically informed, practically oriented approach to the Christian walk in the workplace."" --David Clyde Jones, Professor emeritus of Systematic Theology and Ethics, Covenant Theological Seminary, St. Louis, MO ""What does the Bible have to say about how we should do our work? A lot more than you probably think In fact, Living Salty and Light-filled Lives in the Workplace presents why and the how to live out our faith based upon biblical principles. Drawing from Genesis and the Sermon on the Mount and many more Scriptures, Luke's practical writing will equip you to authentically live as a Christian in the workplace."" --Brandon Mann, Executive Director, BBT, St. Louis, MO Luke Bobo is Associate Professor and Department Chair for Christian Ministry Studies at Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO. He holds a PhD from the University of Missouri (St. Louis, MO); an MDiv from Covenant Theological Seminary (St. Louis, MO); and BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS) and University of Missouri (Columbia, MO), respectively. He is the author of several articles and book chapters and is a Biblical Business Training Curriculum Developer.