How one woman lives out her faith at work…

How one woman works to change the world through medical care and homeschooling. [Read more...]

From the archives: Working on gratitude

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...]

‘Wisdom & Wonder’: Two reviews from the Emerging Scholars Network

“One does not need to do Christian science or Christian art to be a faithful Christian in those domains. One needs to do good science or good art.” (David Carlson) [Read more...]

Ayn Rand Didn’t Understand Capitalism. Or Altruism. Or Christianity. Or Reality.

Rand had an almost complete misunderstanding of capitalism. She confused self-interest with selfishness. [Read more...]

Lessons from excavators: a post from a Kern Pastor

Every vocation is so dependent on the economy that if I’m going to pastor my people to think about their work biblically, I must see how their lives are intertwined with everyone else’s. [Read more...]

Profit and religious liberty

Our inadequate theology of work and economics has encouraged our culture to think about religion in a way that forces it out of cultural life. [Read more...]


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