One of the most common pastoral issues that pastors face is seeking to counsel people who are struggling with their work. Many who are in work suffer the Sunday evening blues and those out of paid work wishing they had the Sunday evening blues. Many have a sense of dissatisfaction and frustration in work and have a disjointed view of work. This 2011 publication from Crossway publishers from the pen of Tom Nelson will both equip the pastor to counsel and counsel those who need counselled. The basic premise of this book is that we need to be able to reconnect what is happening in our lives on the Lord's day and what we do the other six. As you would expect this Christian book on work starts at the start ie Genesis showing why we work and why it is so frustrating. Each of the ten chapters are well thought through and applied. There is much here that will encourage any believer in their work place. My only criticism is that although the writer roots our work in the character of God a fuller covenantal view of work is rather lacking. That said this is a very useful book. It would be a great book for group discussion. Much here too for the pastor wanting to do some teaching on work. The big challenge that I found was teaching people that what they do in their work is valuable and important and not to speak in a way that gives the impression that the only work that is important is the life of the church. Nelson is basically saying that our daily work is to be an extension of all that we are as the people of God.