Tim Chester unpacks how we can relate the holy to the everyday. He explores how seemingly inconsequential tasks can point us to Jesus. This detailed exploration considers how even washing the dishes can be done to the glory of God as part of a whole life lived in sacrifice to him. Wonderfully, this doesn’t have to be a depressing or dismal thing, but can leave us marveling again at God’s goodness and grace.
Tim is a pastor of Grace Church in Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, UK and a faculty member of Crosslands. He has been an adjunct lecturer in both Reformed spirituality and missiology and is the author or coauthor of over thirty books.