Working on Labor Day?

The early roots and rationale of Labor Day seem somehow removed from the modern American work experience. Sure, many still labor at menial jobs with minimal pay, but many of those same people would leap at the chance to work on Labor Day and earn overtime. Read more

Hello, Officer

What would you do if you were in this policeman’s shoes! Read more

The best kind of redistribution

Is your community waiting for enterpreneurship like this? Read more

Work must serve more than the bottom line

Warnings about the dangers work poses often issue from the mouths of those who have themselves allowed work to take captive their very souls. Read more

Talented but unemployed? God may be calling you to grubby, unglamorous work

The Creator made us in his image to be creative, and any kind of creative labor–even creating clean bathrooms out of dirty ones–is honorable work in the eyes of God. And God’s eyes see clearer and further than anyone’s. Read more

What you do when work fails to fulfill

Would I have enjoyed whatever I would have ended up doing 300 years ago? Perhaps. But regardless, I would have assurance in Christ, that no matter what I was doing, I could do it for him as part of his grand plan of redemption. Read more

The lasting and creative consequences of daily work

God so arranges that civilization grows out of the same effort that develops the soul. Read more

The priority of relationships

Relationships matter. Clearly, we cannot always drop what we’re doing at a moment’s notice and attend to strained relationships. But no matter what our task, relationships are our business. Read more

Serving the least of these through our daily work

The scope and range of Christian service is deep and wide, and the least of these are probably closer than you think. Read more

Working for the joy of others

What would our workplaces look like if one of our prime directives were bringing joy? Read more




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