The Theological Foundations for God-Honoring Productivity


“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.”

2 Timothy 3:16–17

God's Word Is Sufficient

Even when it comes to personal productivity.



I believe that God's Word contains what we need to live lives that please to Him.


And I believe that applies to how we approach work and productivity as well.

The late R.C. Sproul once said, “our calling as Christians is the highest calling there is, and the idea of being productive is not the invention of capitalism; it is the mandate of Christ."

But often we do think of productivity the same way the world does. We picture secular gurus promising us beach bodies, wealth, and success if we follow their program.

And while their tactics may gain us temporal results, the philosophy behind how they approach productivity will never bear eternal fruit.

For Christians who want to glorify God through our work and productivity, our approach should be much different than the world.



In this course, we examine the five theological pillars that form the foundation of how Christians should think about personal productivity in light of the gospel.


Meet Your Instructor


Reagan Rose is the founder of Redeeming Productivity, a ministry which helps Christians develop a biblically-grounded understanding of personal productivity so they can get more done for the glory of God.

He received his M.Div from The Master's Seminary in 2017 and formerly served as Director of Digital Platforms for Grace to You, the media ministry of John MacArthur.

Course Curriculum

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