Your Work Is Not as Important as You Want It To Be

At The High Calling, Marcus Goodyear reviews Called, the new book by Fuller Seminary president Mark Labberton. Your work, he proposes, is not as important as you want it to be (and that’s good): This little book calls the entire faith and work movement to task, reminding Christians to focus on the First Thing. My career, my [Read More...]

Called by God to Be a Banker

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In light of the recent financial meltdown, the banking industry has become suspect in the eyes of many people. Yet, John Gage believes that God has called him to be a banker. In a recent interview published by the Washington Institute, Cage explains: My sense of calling has evolved since I began working in the [Read More...]

Working for God’s Best???

There’s a great article on The High Calling called “Working for God’s Best.” Paul Sartarelli considers the case of a medical doctor who wonders if he is missing out on God’s best by caring for people’s bodies rather than shepherding their souls. Sartarelli’s answer points in an unexpected but theologically solid direction, to the resurrection [Read More...]

Intrinsic Worth

There’s a great interview with Glynn Young at The High Calling’s new Young Professionals channel, addressing issues that Young has encountered throughout his career. I found this bit especially interesting: Because this was the 1970s, and women were just beginning to break into the business professions, they were still treated as second-class citizens. As a young [Read More...]


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