[VIDEO] We’re exiles from our true home. So how do we learn to live with that?

Several days ago we let you know about a new curriculum on faith, work, and the meaning of life coming out from Regent College.  We also want to remind you while we’re thinking about curriculum about another set of useful videos being published by the Acton Institute –a series that talks about what it means to live [Read More...]

Even more business advice from John Wesley

Over the last few days we’ve been sharing in this space some reflections from John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, who was famous for telling his followers to gain, save, and give all they could. Allowing for his eighteenth-century language, he has some good advice about all three in this sermon, “The Use of Money.” First, [Read More...]

A five-minute guide to money (part two of a series on money management)

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Yesterday in this space we shared a few tips that might help you get your finances in order. Very good advice–but as Christians, we have a larger framework to put that advice in.  Recently on the blog of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Drew Larson laid out those principles–aimed at college students, to be sure, but useful [Read More...]

Five ways to stop living paycheck to paycheck (part one of a series on money management)

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Part of being faithful to God in our work involves being faithful to God with our resources. But for many of us, we feel at sea here–how do we better take care of our money and handle that dreaded B-word (budget)? We’ve pulled in a couple of pieces of thoughtful advice on the topic from [Read More...]

Five Tools for Applying Faith, Work, & Economics to Your Life

Thinking biblically about work requires much more than memorizing a lot of Scripture. It requires learning to think critically and practically about what the Bible has to say. [Read more...]

Freedom to flourish

“Freedom to Flourish” features the work of a variety of working people, from bricklayers and baristas to mechanics and managers. It sets the theological framework and makes the case for championing the freedoms that allow for people, communities, and nations to flourish. [Read more...]


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