Celebrating the work of mothers

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…]

Poverty and the vocation of business

Is the vocation of business the main support of civil society’s institutions? [Read more…]

“On call in culture”…..

“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…]

How to choose a career: Advice from a Puritan pastor

Just because there’s a market for a particular line of work doesn’t mean we should do it for a career. The question Baxter makes us ask is strange for modern ears: is this job honorable? [Read more…]

Christians are expected to work

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

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

Vocation-driven church

“I deeply believe the church’s work in the world, beyond liturgy and evangelism, involves empowering one another to take up our vocations for Christ.” (Charlie Self) [Read more…]


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