Redeeming Work: Denver

Denver is Redeeming Work’s third city and last in 2014. As a former frontier of the Western United States, this “mile-high city” is now a frontier to a new kind of working force. Diverse in industry, how does the city engage with culture through a meaningful work-life-and-faith balance? How can pastors support and help their [Read More...]

Five myths about the millennial worker

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Millennials are rising from their futons, emerging from their parents’ basements, and stepping out of their dorms into a brave new world of employment and one of the most challenging economies in modern history. As a new generation is now entering the workforce, how should Christian employers prepare to hire employees that look and act like their own kids? [Read more...]

Do you need resources? Of course you do

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Resources for understanding God and influencing culture. [Read more...]

Everything really is awesome

President Business: "All I'm asking for is total perfection."

A key step in coming to understand our calling to creative service is to realize that everything really is awesome, not in the trite sense that it is simply cool or nice, but rather that the entire created order is awe-inspiring in its scale and scope. It is awesome in its complexity. It is awesome in its diversity. It is awesome in its expression of God’s grace. [Read more...]

Coming together

When people think wealth is fixed, they start to view their neighbors as economic rivals. If there is only so much stuff to go around, everyone will inevitably end up trying to grab as much stuff as they can before others grab it. [Read more...]

Establishing the work of our hands

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When Christians do their jobs with excellence and accountability, in a distinctively Christian manner, they cannot help but have a profound effect on the world around them. [Read more...]

A great reversal of the church and the welfare state

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“The common good binds church and state together. What greater contribution, now, to the common good than setting the welfare system back on its feet? Try it, and see.” [Read more...]


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