Did you know you were created to work?

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We’re pleased to offer an excerpt today and yesterday from the new Bible on Business: 31 Days to More Faithful Work devotional plan available from YouVersion. By Erisa Mutabazi Most people spend the majority of their waking hours working, yet have never fully grasped the idea that God created us to work. In fact, work [Read More...]

What good is religion in business?

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We’re pleased to offer an excerpt today and tomorrow from the new Bible on Business: 31 Days to More Faithful Work devotional plan available from YouVersion.   By Liam Glover What can a religious guy offer a business guy like me? The fishermen (small business guys) are working hard, despite a disappointing night. In the [Read More...]

Why do the New Testament and the Old Testament treat wealth differently?

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Keith Reeves Note: This article is the second of a three-part series on economic production and Jubilee in the Old and New Testaments. Read the first part here. Why does the New Testament seem so much more negative about wealth than the Old? As this series of articles turns from Jubilee in the Old Testament [Read More...]

NEWS: Two new bloggers on the Faith and Work Channel

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We’re always happy when more people join the discussions on faith, work, economics, vocation, and calling here at Patheos Faith and Work.  Now we have two new contributors to the discussion. We’re thrilled to have them help broaden our conversation.  You can click on the logos below to go to each blog. Centered features inspiring [Read More...]

Southwest Airlines’ Legendary Corporate Culture

By Bill Peel During his 27-year career at Southwest Airlines, Dave Ridley has served as SVP Chief Marketing Officer; SVP People and Leadership Development; SVP Business Development; and VP of Ground (Airport) Operations. Dave retired earlier this year but he retains an office at Southwest and serves as Senior Advisor to the CEO. He also [Read More...]

Not everyone can be a leader

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By Stephen Milliken Confession: I have a problem with leadership rhetoric. I do not like how I have heard it discussed, practiced, or even taught. For years, I’ve had a rocky relationship with the word and I couldn’t quite pinpoint the problem. Still, the uneasy feeling continues to fester to such an extent that it [Read More...]


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