Serving the least of these through our daily work

The scope and range of Christian service is deep and wide, and the least of these are probably closer than you think. [Read more...]

Connecting work-lives and God-lives

What are some ways in which people can bring their God-lives into their work-lives? [Read more...]

Re-imagining work as the expression of our humanity

God’s grace is constantly at work in the world to promote workplace practices that resonate with what it means to be created in the image of God. [Read more...]

“On call in culture”…..

“There are opportunities that come up in which God could choose to use us, but if we’re not on call—if we’re not ready and willing—we could miss out on those opportunities and what we could learn through those experiences.” [Read more...]

Blessing the status quo?

Let’s not say that the only difference between Christians and non-Christians at work is that Christians see meaning and value where others don’t. [Read more...]

A family affair: A post from a Kern pastor

It is a wonder that we bemoan the attitude of many adults toward work, yet neglect to instill a sense of the virtue of work when they are younger. It’s as though we believe human beings could somehow grow up carefree, without responsibility or an encouragement to pursue any type of labor, and then, when they hit adulthood, flip a switch that would leave them fulfilled in the work they must do. [Read more...]


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