Vocation-driven church

“I deeply believe the church’s work in the world, beyond liturgy and evangelism, involves empowering one another to take up our vocations for Christ.” (Charlie Self) [Read more...]

Economic challenges provide church with opportunity

“The congregation has to be a place where its members are trained, supported, and nourished in the exercise of their parts of the priestly ministry in the world. The preaching and teaching of the local church has to be such that it enables members to think out the problems that face them in their secular work in light of their Christian faith.” [Read more...]

Rally point

If we are to continue to win the fight for business survival, then comfort and self-seeking motives have no place in our organizations. If complacency is setting in, then what can you do as a leader to remind people of the mission? [Read more...]

Workplace ethics: reconciling faith with work realities

“No matter where you work, and regardless of what you believe, you also likely have to reconcile your values with the realities of your job. And cussing by co-workers is probably the least of your worries.”

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A Christmas message

A few days ago, an airline pilot who had received a Christmas card from a passenger posted the enclosed note to the image-sharing social media site Imgur. [Read more...]

Business as moral community

Integrating faith with the demands of work is a challenge many Christians face. Two men with a lot of insight on faith, business ethics, integrity, and leadership recently sat down to discuss this challenge: Al Erisman of Seattle Pacific University and Bill Pollard, retired CEO of ServiceMaster and professor emeritus at Wheaton College. They recorded a video conversation about the God-honoring business model, thoughts on Peter Drucker, and the struggles of godly leaders in corporate management. [Read more...]


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