The Gift of Truth: Recovering from Porn Addiction

by Jen Ferguson There were no bows. No pretty paper to unwrap. No tag or tissue paper. No ribbons to untie. But it was still a gift. A priceless gift. A few years ago when I asked my husband Craig “When’s the last time you looked at porn?” I wasn’t expecting the answer he gave [Read More...]

The Theory of Everything, and the Faith of Jane Hawking


“The Theory of Everything,” a new film about cosmologist and theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, is a sad, beautiful love story in which the faith of a devoted wife sustains her as she struggles under the weight of her atheist husband’s worsening disability, ascendent fame, and single-minded devotion to work. The warmly shot and superbly acted [Read More...]

Mockingjay Promo Satirizes Faith and Work Movement

Panem: The Harvest That Sustains

“A new sense of purpose, pride, and unity… the harvest that sustains, and the loyal citizens who serve… Love your labor. Take pride in your tasks.” The new promotional video for Mockingjay streams like an inspiring short film from The High Calling. It celebrates the work of a variety of industries—technology, fashion design, textiles, farming, [Read More...]

Share Your Faith at Work Without Being a Jerk


Bill Peel moved us from the ethics of evangelism through practical relationship tips for being honest with others about our Christian world view. Just as David Gill is an expert in ethics, Peel is a career expert on workplace evangelism, leading him to his current role as Director of the Center for Faith at Work [Read More...]

What Technology Would You Take with You to Heaven?


That’s the question asked earlier today by John Dyer, the director of web development for Dallas Theological Society. He began the summit’s application discussion by inviting us to think about technology. (If you’ve not yet read John’s book From the Garden to the City, I highly recommend it.) In that book, Dyer explains the double-edged sword [Read More...]

You Can Create Things to Restore Your Community


David Gill moved the conversation from devices to decisions, inviting Christians to be proactive in their approach to ethics. Gill has made a career studying ethics, consulting with numerous businesses in addition to his academic work at starting at Berkeley to his recent work at the Mockler Center. Practicing ethical principles requires discipline, as he [Read More...]