Are we called by God to our jobs?

How do you know if you are in the right place in work and life? [Read more...]

Her first, and last, book

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“Keegan’s first book, “The Opposite of Loneliness,” is scheduled to be published in a few days. The title comes from an essay that she wrote in the graduation issue of the Yale newspaper; it was viewed online more than one million times. The book is a triumph, but also a tragedy — for it’s posthumous.” [Read more...]

Celebrating the work of mothers

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In our celebration of work — the dignity it brings, the service it provides, the provision it leads to — how often do we neglect to remember that which is spent outside the confines of the office or the interwebs? [Read more...]

“On call in culture”…..

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“There are opportunities that come up in which God could choose to use us, but if we’re not on call—if we’re not ready and willing—we could miss out on those opportunities and what we could learn through those experiences.” [Read more...]

Christians are expected to work

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Christians are not necessarily expected to earn money, but to work to support themselves, their families, and the church and community. [Read more...]

Vocation: the holy grail of corporate America

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Five hundred billion dollars. That’s how much economists estimate the US economy loses every year due to employee disengagement. [Read more...]

Blooming where you are planted

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“You can “bloom” whether you work in a secular or Christian setting. It’s imperative that we stop thinking that “full time Christian service” is more godly than being a banker, a veterinarian, an engineer, a scientist or a [fill in the blank with your vocation].” [Read more...]


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