The High Calling
T. D. Jakes, pastor and businessman, has a long list of accomplishments, growing ever longer. Penguin Group released The Ten Commandments for Working in a Hostile Environment, in which Bishop Jakes speaks practically as both pastor and businessman. In this interview, Jakes talks with The High Calling about being a Christian in the workplace.
Have you ever been in a meeting, minding your own business, maybe thinking about what you might want to have for dinner that night, when suddenly you realize all eyes have turned on you looking for an opinion? Except that you have no idea what they were just talking about? It’s not that you weren’t paying attention. [Read More...]
Theology of Work Project
Do you remember the last time you were able to give someone something they really enjoyed or needed? Maybe you did the dishes for your housemate, threw a party for your mom’s birthday, wrote a reference for a co-worker, or simply listened to a friend who needed a some advice. The experience of giving probably [Read More...]
Mikel Del Rosario
This post first appeared here at the blog of the Hendricks Center for Christian Leadership and Cultural Engagement.) In this installment of our series featuring resources on Faith, Work and Economics, we recommend When Helping Hurts by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert When Helping Hurts presents foundational concepts about poverty from a distinctly Christian worldview, [Read More...]
By Evan Koons What does it take to truly behold? What does it mean to be still? Where does God’s Economy of Wonder begin? Answer: In getting useless. Here’s how. For more on the Economy of Wonder, watch the trailer for Episode 6 and order For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles. (Originally [Read More...]