Work as Worship Conference

Care for your team, develop leaders, connect your faith and work. Speakers include Patric Lencioni, Cheryl Bachelder, Bryant Ambelang, John Gordon, and Dina Dyer-Owens.  See past conference talks here.   [Read more...]


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Faith and Work Summit 2016

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Growing Deeper, Broader, Stronger: Moving from Faith@Work 101 to 201 Registration Opens February 1 “The most important gathering to date in the faith-and-work movement.” —2014 Faith@Work Summit Participant Renewed interest in faith-work integration has erupted in workplaces around the world. Faith-and-work initiatives are booming in companies, churches, colleges and seminaries. Today’s Faith@Work Movement is reaching a tipping [Read More...]


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VIDEO: Does God Care About the Work We Do?

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Words of wisdom from Bonnie Wurzbacher about whether God cares about the work we do. Wurzbacher was at the time of this video Coca-Cola Company Senior Vice President, Global Customer Leadership and is now Chief Resource Development Officer at World Vision International. This is part of our ongoing feature in this space of clips from [Read More...]


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Paralyzed by Grace? What We Can Learn From Monastic Discipline

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Adapted from Grateful to the Dead.   We wonder today why we are spiritually anemic. This post from the monasticism chapter of my forthcoming Medieval Wisdom: An Exploration with C S Lewis moves on from the first of the “principles of mastery”–passion–to the third–discipline. Holiness is not optional, and it requires effort All this talk of [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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Is the Sunday to Monday gap more perilous than we thought?

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By Tom Nelson “If there is a mist in the pulpit there is a fog in the pew.”  I heard those words more than once in my seminary homiletics class when my professor wanted to drive home the high importance of sermon clarity. What I didn’t hear my professor talk about was what happens if [Read More...]


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