Redeeming Work: Los Angeles

LA is a gateway to many cultures. From the silver screen to the diverse communities within Los Angeles’ 119 neighborhoods, the city is a unique perspective on meaningful engagement, impact, and work. In September 2015, the LJ Live team will bring together speakers, local pastors and ministry practitioners to examine what “career as calling” really [Read More...]

Redeeming Work: Pittsburgh

Join us as we explore the biblical vision for work and how our churches can communicate work as a vital part of discipleship. Once the center of heavy industry, “the steel city” has overcome adversity brought by new technology, deindustrialization, and blue-collar jobs lost. Today with a transformed skyline, Pittsburgh has turned into a green, [Read More...]

“I Don’t Have a Job, I Have a Higher Calling:” Responses to the #WSJ article

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By Bill Peel In “I Don’t Have a Job. I Have a Higher Calling” (WSJ, Business & Tech, Feb. 25), Rachel Feintzeig captured the spirit of a LeTourneau University education. A few examples: Bob Walker, CEO of Walker Mowers (1963 LeTourneau engineering grad) wants his employees to know that they do more than design and manufacture [Read More...]

God is abundantly everywhere: #3 in a series

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Third in a series of posts on Luther, Lutherans, and calling by Lutheran pastor Adam Roe with responses over at Cranach by Gene Veith. Read Gene’s response to this post here and see the whole series at the bottom of this post.  They’ll appear from time to time in this space for the next couple [Read More...]

From the archives: Vocation, the holy grail of corporate America

Five hundred billion dollars. That’s how much economists estimate the US economy loses every year due to employee disengagement. [Read more...]

We only wanted a youthworker….

We only wanted a youth worker

Where once retailers were strangers, they are now a united group, proudly sharing photographs of their joint achievement. Where they acted as competitors towards each other, they now act like a mini Neighborhood Watch group alerting one another to thefts and break-ins. Once again, something of the life-giving kingdom breaks through. [Read more...]


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