Dr. Steven Garber
This excerpt from Steve Garber’s book Visions of Vocation is reprinted here with the kind permission of InterVarsity Press. Stay tuned as we continue to occasionally publish excerpts from the book here at Visions of Vocation the blog. And get the book from IVP at this link! For years, I thought that the Gospel of John was the least [Read More...]
My wife and I took a trip to Nantucket recently to celebrate our anniversary. We walked the cobble-stoned streets, toasted champagne on the beach, indulged in a couple’s massage, and took a sailing excursion around the harbor. It was a very romantic, almost magical return to the place of our original honeymoon. Ladies and gentlemen, [Read More...]
By Evan Koons Dear Sir or Madam, Congratulations! I’d like to formally acknowledge your enrollment in, and welcome you to, The School of Love—or “Your Family” as it as commonly known. Please forgive our tardiness in sending you this letter. I’ve been working to send this notification to upwards of six billion people and I’m slightly [Read More...]
"Topeka, Kansas, was in a severe economic recession when Sheldon arrived in 1889 to pastor the Central Congregational Church. To make his ministry relevant to the everyday needs of his parishioners and community, he asked his church for permission to devote twelve weeks to what he called 'practical sociological studies,' suspending most of his regular duties except for preaching on Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings. A remarkable adventure ensued, taking him into every part of town to learn how others lived and worked."
Bill Peel moved us from the ethics of evangelism through practical relationship tips for being honest with others about our Christian world view. Just as David Gill is an expert in ethics, Peel is a career expert on workplace evangelism, leading him to his current role as Director of the Center for Faith at Work [Read More...]