by Justin Buzzard | November 15, 2017. Originally published on Made to Flourish. Being a pastor means being about relationships. My first responsibility as a pastor is to know and love God. My second is to know and love the people I pastor, encouraging them to flourish in their relationship with God, our church family, … Read More
Faith at Work for the “Rest of Us” by Charlie Self, hosted by Vimeo. Click here to watch the full video. Click here to find out more about the Center for Faith and Work.
Why Faith@Work is important by Katherine Leary Alsdorf. Originally posted on Vimeo. Click here to watch the video. More than ever before, humanity is in a crisis over work. People change jobs and careers 6 times or more in their lives. Robotics will threaten even professional level vocations over the next decade. Darwinian competition trumps … Read More
by John Van Sloten, Amy L. Sherman. Originally posted at Made to Flourish. Amy: Thanks so much, John, for your very fine book, Every Job a Parable. I think it will be a great help many pastors and congregational leaders. Let’s start with this question: What first sparked your interest in how we can experience … Read More
Navigating the Challenges of Career, Motherhood and Identity from Denver Institute on Vimeo.
Originally published by FULLER Studio. Click here to watch. “Vocations are not just the domain of monasteries and priesthoods, but of marketplace, homes, and professions. Since the call of Jesus is first and foremost to discipleship, none are excluded.” + Tod Bolsinger, in his guest-edited FULLER magazine on vocation. This generous view of vocation is … Read More
What Pastors Need from Workplace Christians | Mark Roberts from CenterFaithWork on Vimeo.
Gender Challenges in the Workplace | Denise Daniels from CenterFaithWork on Vimeo.
This article was originally published by the Denver Institute for Faith and Work. You can read the full article by clicking here. “Low, low prices.” With that motto, a generation ago Walmart took over the world of retail. For years Walmart seemed untouchable; they could consume any competitor with volume, price and efficiency. Yet in … Read More
This article was originally written by Melinda Gates and published on LinkedIn. You can read the full article here. In January 1949, Fortune magazine advertised a survey of its readership. The ad announced: “We have just completed a statistical portrait of men, like yourself, who are readers of Fortune.” It was accompanied by three illustrations showing a businessman … Read More