Was Jesus a socialist? More from #ActonU

More of our reports from the recent Acton University conference. Read the first five posts here: The refreshing difference We can’t create heaven on earth “Don’t immanentize the eschaton” Is there really enough to go around? Letting our Jesus Freak flag fly By Edwin Woodruff Tait Acton University, obviously, has a lot to say about [Read More…]

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10 Steps Toward Becoming a Culturally Engaged Church

We’ve made huge strides in the past several years on bringing the topic of work to church. But I’ve noticed an ongoing tension. It’s a tension between what we say about work on Sunday and what we do (or don’t do). On the one hand, talk of “faith & work” and cultural engagement have been popping [Read More…]

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Helping the middle class: part 2 of a interview with Gloria Nelund

[Read the beginning of our interview, reprinted from Ethix, in yesterday’s post.]   Why did you start TriLinc Global? I wanted to be able to use all of my experience, my contacts, and everything that I’ve developed in my 30-year successful career on Wall Street to do good in the world. That’s the simple answer. [Read More…]

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Defining financial success: part 1 of an interview with Gloria Nelund

With this post we inaugurate a partnership with Ethix, a publication of the Center for Integrity in Business in the School of Business and Economics at Seattle Pacific University.  Ethix has conducted many inspiring interviews with business leaders, and we’re excited to start featuring them here from time to time! Gloria Nelund is co-founder, chairman [Read More…]

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Letting our Jesus Freak flag fly: more reports from #ActonU

More of our reports from the recent Acton University conference. Read the first four posts here: The refreshing difference We can’t create heaven on earth “Don’t immanentize the eschaton” Is there really enough to go around? By Edwin Woodruff Tait Wednesday night’s plenary was delivered by Gregory Thornbury of The King’s College in New York. [Read More…]

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Why we can–and should–grieve at work

By Kristin Brown (reprinted from the blog of the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics.) I learned of Vice President Joe Biden’s son’s death in church last Sunday. This was not the first time this family has gone through grief. In 1972, he lost his first wife and daughter in a car accident, the year [Read More…]

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