This article sets out the results of a research process whose objective is to identify the economic values that are disseminated from the Pentecostal congregation, how they are transmitted and, consequently how they practice in their daily lives. The methodological design consists of an analysis based on Weberian sympathetic sociology, and the sociology of phenomenological matrix focused on the reflective analysis of consciousness, from where the internal understanding of the ego becomes transcendental. Among the main results is expressed that, because there is no explicit theological teaching on salaried work and their respective valuation, the Pastor and preachers only make vague references about the work, from a General idea and they value and reproduce it as a blessing that makes survival possible. The importance of these religious institutions is emphasized, insofar as they cover the function of linking the subject to their environment and linking it to a set of emotional values that allow them to join their trajectory giving sense to their daily actions.
Keywords : Pentecostal Doctrine, Value of Work, Tzotzil Population, Phenomenological Matrix.