WEEKLY ROUNDUP: Giving Tuesday, macaroni entrepreneurship, and taking a vacation

A Monday roundup of great articles that are worth your time to read, ponder, share, or even argue with.  This week’s list: One Thing America is Still Best at, and Getting Better: How much we gave on Giving Tuesday, to whom, and why. Faith@Work Summit: Tom Nelson reports in on his time in Boston in [Read More...]

A little late for All Saints’ Day, but….

….we just ran into this great photo over at Episcopal Church Memes: [Read more...]

Why work?

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Yes, I wonder about that question too. One of the most famous musings on the subject was written by Dorothy L. Sayers–better known to many of us as the author of the Lord Peter Wimsey series of detective novels–over seventy years ago, in 1942. She wrote in a different time and place–wartime Britain, full of [Read More...]

Does blue-collar work have any meaning?

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Today guest contributor Larry Saunders writes about moving from the white-collar to the blue-collar workplace—and back to the white-collar world because his blue-collar work failed to fulfill.  Does his experience sound like yours?  How and where have you found meaning in work? What would you say to him? There was never a doubt in my [Read More...]

Are we called by God to our jobs?

How do you know if you are in the right place in work and life? [Read more...]

Tents, culture, gospel: A post from a Kern Pastor

What difference might it make in our communities if, instead of simply preparing our children to fulfill church-centered functions, or fight the battles that the culture might bring their way, we prepare them to work with God to preserve the culture through their daily employment? Might not the gospel look like a tent, a hamburger, a vehicle, a computer, a mobile device, or an app that was created, built, or prepared by someone who did it as unto the Lord? [Read more...]


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