Your Work: More Than a Paycheck

Work is not a necessary evil. It is a holy pursuit. Join us for a dynamic two-day conference learning how to be an agent of worship and ministry in your place of work. Humanity, being in the image of God, is meant to be creative and manage our world. Yet it often seems that our [Read More...]

From the archives: Working 9 to 5?

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Recent research published in The Atlantic indicates that folks in creative and professional jobs might benefit from a differently structured workday: “A shorter workday works particularly well for knowledge workers—people in creative or professional jobs—who can work productively for about six hours a day, compared to the eight hours manual laborers can churn out, according to Salon. [Read More...]

[VIDEO] Faith@Work Summit: We have more great talks for you!

Some more great talks from the Faith@Work Summit have now been posted. (Here’s the first set). Enjoy! John Dyer on what technology we’ll take with us to heaven: Bill Peel on workplace evangelism: David Gill on workplace ethics: Randy Kilgore on workplace discipleship: [Read more...]

From the archives: Christian creativity

If Christians are not actively working to transform and develop their world for the common good, they are not fulfilling their role as human beings (who were created to be creators) or as Christians (who are lights in a darkened world). [Read more...]

From the archives: Made to make

Why do we all have “coursing through our veins, the desire to make something from nothing”? [Read more...]

A 1949 guide to doing what you love

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This channel’s been home recently to some musings on the “Do What You Love” school of vocation advice: Jeff Haanen and J. B. Wood have reminded us that God may sometimes want us in places we don’t love, that failure to be in a place where we can do where we love does not mean [Read More...]


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