Many Christians have difficulty finding practical connections between faith and daily life. Sermons, Sunday schools, and study groups rarely address the issues, situations, and responsibilities of ordinary life, and theology seems detached from everyday concerns.
In Redeeming the Routines, Robert Banks locates the reasons for the gap between faith and daily life. He then identifies activities that should be examined from a Christian perspective and suggests specific ways in which individuals and churches can bring their faith to bear on such matters. Now back in print.