What questions does the faith and work movement need to talk about?

A few weeks ago, we mentioned that we’re going to be in Boston in October and we hope you’ll join us. Why? Three hundred active faith and work leaders and practitioners from business, church, and education will convene for two extraordinary days of reflection, learning, fellowship, brainstorming, networking and prayer at the Faith@Work Summit in [Read More...]

[VIDEO] How do you handle mistakes?

Professional cargo pilot Norm Goodyear has a few words of wisdom for us today about how to handle mistakes without dwelling on them: “If you dwell on your mistakes, whether it’s as a pilot or child of God or whatever, you’re going to keep looking in the past. In an airplane, as well as life, [Read More...]

Five ways companies practice their faith

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A really interesting article showed up the other day on FaithStreet’s blog OnFaith.  Author Chris Horst, spurred by the recent Hobby Lobby decision, wondered about the different way faith is expressed in the corporate marketplace: Since the Hobby Lobby case, there’s been lots of talk about what makes a corporation “religious,” if anything. Of course, [Read More...]

[VIDEO] Ministry in a for-profit business? Watch this talk

Bob Pritchett is President and CEO of Logos Bible Software in Bellingham Washington. Here in a chapel talk delivered to students at Corban University, he talks about how he is in ministry in his work at a for-profit business.  Stay tuned at the very end of the video, too, for an interesting story of how Bob’s [Read More...]

Join us at the Boston Summit

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We’re going to be in Boston in October; we think you should be too. Why?  Well, in Boston in less than four months three hundred active faith and work leaders and practitioners from business, church, and education will convene for two extraordinary days of reflection, learning, fellowship, brainstorming, networking and prayer at the Faith@Work Summit [Read More...]

The business of doing good; how millennials are changing the corporate sector

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This article by philanthropist Jean Case popped up on Forbes.com the other day.   Case, who is head of the Case Foundation, reminded her readers: The Millennials are coming… to an office near you. Over the course of the next decade we will bear witness to one of the largest demographic shifts in the workplace [Read More...]


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