By Elizabeth Crouch, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. Soylent is a novel food product that aims to replace traditional eating by providing 100% of necessary nutrients in an efficient and inexpensive manner1. Soylent recommends consuming the product as a shake, and one meal costs approximately $3. Online, various lifestyle aspects of … Read More
By Dave Thier, originally posted on The Atlantic. The most obvious benefit of having Ryan Anderson around the farm was that he was big. Broad shoulders, heavy build, long arms: With one hand, he could do jobs that would take three scrawny undergrads an hour. He brought something else to the farm too, however. At … Read More
by Amy L. Sherman, originally posted on Made to Flourish It’s a late spring day in St. Paul, Minnesota, and I’m standing in front of the Ravoux high rise apartments, a public housing project. When a bright, multicolored bus pulls into the complex, the waiting crowd outside includes several residents. The Twin Cities Mobile Market has arrived. … Read More
God’s Goodness in a Landlord, originally posted on John Van Sloten, on Vimeo. Landlord’s, can they teach us something about the heart of God?
God’s Hospitable Heart in a Server, originally posted on John Van Sloten, on Vimeo. Have you ever seen or experienced the image of God at a restaurant? Pastor John Van Sloten continues our God@Work series by looking at the job of a server.
Cultivating God’s Presence Through a Farmer, originally posted on John Van Sloten, on Vimeo. In this Thanksgiving sermon Pastor John will be preaching on God’s cultivating truth in a farmer. Have you ever considered how much God sustains you through their work?