Can people who hate their job find meaning in their work?

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By Trevor Lee I had the opportunity to attend a Leadership Journal event called Redeeming Work, which focused on the meaning and importance of our work as image bearers of God. Events like this focus on the idea of vocation, which is our call into every part of life, not just the job we get paid for. [Read More...]

[VIDEO]Faith, work, and the Boston Marathon bombing

After her harrowing experience at the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing, a marketing executive chose to leave her job and employ her skills on behalf of artisans in developing nations. Here’s her story: Originally published at the blog Made to Flourish. [Read more...]

Faith amid the moving boxes: an interview with Tracy Taylor, the leader and shepherd of “Move It”

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By Bill Peel Tracy Taylor is Founder and President of Move It Management, LLC and a 40-year veteran of the self-storage industry. He has owned and/or operated over 100 self-storage properties and is one of the industry’s most respected and well-known leaders. Move It develops, acquires and manages income-producing properties in Texas, Tennessee, the mid-south, the southeast and southwest U.S. The [Read More...]

Atheism growing in the workplace

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Reprinted from the Center for Faith and Work at LeTourneau University. We encourage you also to read a post that appeared in this space recently, “I once was found but now am lost,” and some of the resources it links to. If it seems like more and more people in your workplace disdain faith in [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...]


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