2014 CFW Conference

Sponsored by the Redeemer Center for Faith and Work. Work was meant to be an expression of our humanity; however, part of the brokenness of our world manifests in de-humanized work environments leading to demoralization, decreased productivity and inefficiency.But 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...]

Do you need resources? Of course you do

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

Profit and religious liberty

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Our inadequate theology of work and economics has encouraged our culture to think about religion in a way that forces it out of cultural life. [Read more...]

Business as moral community

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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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