We’re made to work

People are called to work, not just to provide for themselves, but to help the world flourish, says the collaborator on Timothy Keller’s book “Every Good Endeavor.” This post originally appeared at Faith & Leadership. People work for a variety of reasons: money, security, power, success. But work — at least, from the perspective of [Read More…]

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God’s Grace Strengthens the Unemployed

Some thoughts on unemployment and immigration….. [Read more…]

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In praise of ordinary work

Here’s a chapel talk by Chris Armstrong, director of “Opus: The Art of Work” at Wheaton College, talking about how your ordinary work is…well, extraordinary. Enjoy!  (And you’ll find a whole lot more great chapel talks at this link.) [Read more…]

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NEWS: ReFrame Goes Global

We just got this nice news from the folks at ReFrame about new foreign-language versions of this great curriculum for connecting Sunday faith and Monday work. Be sure to check it out and to tell your friends!  Contact ReFrame for more information. Reframe Goes Global We are thrilled to announce the launch of ReFrame with [Read More…]

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10 things you don’t know about the faith and work movement

Next Tuesday, October 13, faith channels across Patheos are participating in an event called #ShareWhatWeShare, where we’re finding and sharing on our Facebook pages posts from other channels that represent our shared values and commitments. You might think with a tent as big as Patheos we’d find that hard to pull off, but we’re trying [Read More…]

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From the archives: Disability and discipleship: “God Don’t Make No Junk”

We all are important to God. “God don’t make no junk,” as the saying on the T-shirt reads. This isn’t to deny the reality of brokenness and sin. But in the face of these evils, God still affirms and preserves his creation. Life itself is a blessing from God, and mere existence is proof enough that God values people and has purposes for us. Every one of us. [Read more…]

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