MISSION:WORK events calendar. Take a look!

We’ve recently added a lot of events dealing with faith, work, and vocation to the events calendar on this blog.  From Kansas to New York to Massachusetts  to Kentucky to Michigan to Texas to California–we’ve got you covered. There are events on bringing faith into the marketplace and the workplace, deepening your own spiritual walk to be [Read More...]

Money talk from Christianity Today

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Boy, if you want some reflection on how faith interacts with your daily working life and with the world around us, the September Christianity Today delivers….in spades. First, there’s a great editorial from Andy Crouch on why now, more than ever in the wake of the Hobby Lobby decision, we need to understand what it means [Read More...]

Unfulfilling work as vocation?

A little while ago we posted in this space some musings by Larry Saunders, a man who had moved from white-collar work in the pastoral ministry to blue-collar work in a factory and was returning to the white-collar world because he failed to find his work fulfilling. Gene Veith over at Cranach picked up on [Read More...]

[VIDEO] We’re exiles from our true home. So how do we learn to live with that?

Several days ago we let you know about a new curriculum on faith, work, and the meaning of life coming out from Regent College.  We also want to remind you while we’re thinking about curriculum about another set of useful videos being published by the Acton Institute –a series that talks about what it means to live [Read More...]

[VIDEO] Reframe your life. Here’s how

A few weeks ago we let you know over on the Visions of Vocation blog about a new curriculum coming out from Regent College in association with theWashington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture. called ReFrame.  We recently got more information and links to an entire episode preview, so we thought we’d pass them on!  You can [Read More...]

A moment of silence for 9/11

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I found this picture a few days ago. I thought you all might like to see it today. “Eternal God, in whose perfect kingdom no sword is drawnbut the sword of righteousness, no strength known but thestrength of love: So mightily spread abroad your Spirit, thatall peoples may be gathered under the banner of the [Read More...]


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