Meaningless jobs?

In what ways have you seen others bring meaning to a “meaningless job?” In what ways have you shared the gospel through your work? Read more

We only wanted a youthworker….

Where once retailers were strangers, they are now a united group, proudly sharing photographs of their joint achievement. Where they acted as competitors towards each other, they now act like a mini Neighborhood Watch group alerting one another to thefts and break-ins. Once again, something of the life-giving kingdom breaks through. Read more

Connecting work-lives and God-lives

What are some ways in which people can bring their God-lives into their work-lives? Read more

A family affair: A post from a Kern pastor

It is a wonder that we bemoan the attitude of many adults toward work, yet neglect to instill a sense of the virtue of work when they are younger. It’s as though we believe human beings could somehow grow up carefree, without responsibility or an encouragement to pursue any type of labor, and then, when they hit adulthood, flip a switch that would leave them fulfilled in the work they must do. Read more

How to humanize the workplace

How can we participate in Christ’s nature and see the restoring work of Christ invade our broken workplaces? Read more

The problem with doing what you love

No matter what you do and what you are paid, says Paul, “It is the Lord Christ you are serving.” In this way, Christians are to be concerned more with doing what God would have us do than with what anyone, including ourselves, might otherwise love. Read more

Work-life balance and working moms

Is achieving work-life balance possible? If so, how? Read more

Loving your neighbor as yourself

The most famous verse in Leviticus may be the command, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Read more

Upcoming Faith@Work summit

Come to the Faith@Work Summit in October! Read more

Abraham and Sarah’s hospitality

How could we do more to encourage each other to be generous in hospitality, no matter what our professions are? Read more




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