Ascension and Vocation

Over at the Washington Institute, Laura Merzig Fabrycky writes about Christ’s ascension, and what it means for our understanding of our vocation: So beyond being a bit of biblical trivia that we might affirm as true, what does Christ’s ascension have to do with my waking up, pouring the morning’s coffee, checking email, and heading out [Read More...]

Work Life Balance Isn’t That At All

The High Calling has a wise post from Kate Harris (who directs the Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture) about the myth of work life balance. She points out that even the idea of “balance” reflects a potentially wrong theological perspective on the world: This is where we bump up against the simple but [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...]


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