Finding Simplicity at Work?

Simplicity: it’s not easy to find. Over at The High Calling, Ann Kroeker explores finding simplicity at work. Is it even possible? In a high-tech, high-speed world that feels complicated, distracting, and overwhelming, is it any wonder that people are seeking to simplify? Even the president of the United States realizes the wisdom in simplicity. In [Read More...]

Vocations from the Vision to the Gallery

I always perk up when I see the word “vocation” in an unexpected place, and it popped up in the New York Times recently, in a piece about what an art curator does. So if you’ve ever been interested in that question, read on: How did you decide to become a curator? I loved art, but [Read More...]

The Cross and our Work: A Meditation for Good Friday

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Today is Good Friday, the day Christians remember the death of Jesus on the cross and its meaning. Usually, on this day, I find a quiet place to read one of the gospel accounts of Jesus’ crucifixion, a place where I can focus, reflect, and pray. But, today I find myself in a very different [Read More...]

Sports for the Glory of God

March Madness is upon us, and with it, all things basketball are important once again. The High Calling has this interview about “sports for the glory of God” with Pastor Stephen Chen, who serves as a pastor to, among others, NBA star Jeremy Lin: Intelligent, high achieving people can be good because they want to [Read More...]


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