Every man is born with the desire to build, to work, to fight, to do something important with his life. That’s how God created men to be.
But many Christian men at the threshold of their lives are struggling to know how to exercise these desires in a nine-to-five, desk-jockey world. Young men wanting to devote their time and talents to Christ are getting mixed messages about “work” versus “ministry” and “secular business” versus “full-time Christian service.” Tension between the sacred and the secular has become a stumbling block in their pursuit of the abundant Christian life.
This life-changing message by Geoffrey Botkin confronts the problem by outlining the biblical concept of a four-part calling, with perfect synergy between man’s biblical duties to labor and cultivate the earth; to provide for his family; to disciple the nations; and to care for the Bride of Christ.
Tackling money, education, marriage, and the American Dream, “The Quadratic Mission” is a practical guide to helping young men get their lives and vocations off to a purposeful, Kingdom-seeking, Christ-focused start – and helping older men finish well. A must-listen for every man wondering what to do with his life.
Formerly titled "The Quadrivocational Mission."