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Patheos Faith and Work Channel
We’re thrilled here at MISSION:WORK and across the Patheos Faith and Work Channel to welcome a new blog, Oikonomia: Resources on Faith, Work, and Economics from the Acton Institute. The title comes from the Greek word for “economy”–which meant so much more than simply budgets and stocks in the ancient world; it was the word [Read More...]
The other day my friend asked a rather blunt and personal question: “Do you think it is God’s will for you to be at the company you’re with right now?” What I wanted to say was, “Well, duh. I’m working there, aren’t I?” In other words, how else could I have possibly ended up in [Read More...]
Over the last few days we’ve been sharing in this space some reflections from John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, who was famous for telling his followers to gain, save, and give all they could. Allowing for his eighteenth-century language, he has some good advice about all three in this sermon, “The Use of Money.” First, [Read More...]
Theology of Work Project
One difficulty pastors cite when trying to help people integrate faith and work is a lack of robust theology. We’ve selected five books to paint a comprehensive, Biblical, Christian view of work: Genesis, Exodus, Nehemiah, Matthew and Revelation.They answer the questions: What is the role of everyday work in God’s story for humanity? How should [Read More...]
The High Calling
It’s a little strange to have your first 8-to-5 job at an online platform called “The High Calling.” Working for a website about work is weirdly meta, like a teacher teaching teaching skills or a salesperson selling sales tactics. I find myself writing sentences like “God inspires us synchronize the work of our hands, minds, [Read More...]