We started a sermon series at Life on the Vine about seven practices of Christ's presence (find it here). And in the same way that I hide veggies in beef, as we engage in these practices, our ordinary human activity is actually loaded with divine presence - the life-giving nourishment of Christ Himself.
And so there is this mysterious and mind-blowing partnership between the presence of Christ and our human activity. Without His presence, our activity is merely an obligatory checklist. Without our activity, His presence remains hidden and intangible to a world that is waiting to see Christ incarnate in His people.
It's about relationship. Christ in us... us in Christ. His presence is a frame through which to view our practice... and our practice is a frame through which the world can see His presence.