Rally point

If we are to continue to win the fight for business survival, then comfort and self-seeking motives have no place in our organizations. If complacency is setting in, then what can you do as a leader to remind people of the mission? [Read more...]

“This is our city”: a three-year project on common-good Christianity

Three years ago Christianity Today began an adventure looking for Christians seeking the common good. [Read more...]

Workplace ethics: reconciling faith with work realities

“No matter where you work, and regardless of what you believe, you also likely have to reconcile your values with the realities of your job. And cussing by co-workers is probably the least of your worries.”

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“Catching Fire” and the call to freedom

In Catching Fire, Suzanne Collins suggests that however a tyranny exercises its dominion–through pleasure or oppression–under the right circumstances conscience will inevitably spur some to rise up for the sake of the freedom that God demands from us all. [Read more...]

Pentecostalism and Spirit-empowered discipleship

What distinct features does Pentecostalism bring to discussions about stewardship and whole-life discipleship? In Flourishing Churches and Communities, one of three tradition-specific primers on faith, work, and economics, Dr. Charlie Self provides a response to this question, exploring how Pentecostal considerations influence our approach to such matters [Read more...]

Working on gratitude: a post from a Kern Pastor

One simple way to help people integrate faith, work, and economics is through gratitude. You do not need to wait until you have read three or four books on the subject, preached a sermon series, or attended the latest conference on these themes. You can begin by simply taking a moment to stop and consider what you are thankful for. Thankfulness often shows honor and respect for work performed. [Read more...]


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