The Universal Call to Work

May 18, 2018By DPC EditorVocation Formation

Originally posted on Theology of Work. This article is part of a larger series entitled, “Calling & Vocation: Overview“. Before we can discuss the possibility of God’s guidance to a particular kind of work, we must recognize both that God created people to work and that he commands people to work to the degree they are able. At the beginning of the … Read More

Unbelievable: Easter Spoken Word

May 14, 2018By DPC EditorChurch & Work

Unbelievable: Easter Spoken Word | Originally posted by Grace Chapel Teaching Team on Vimeo. Definition 1: Not able to be believed Unlikely to be true Improbable, Implausible, impossible Like Big Foot, Vampires, the Loch Ness Monster Things you doubt can be real . . . like The Resurrection? Is there any connection? Unbelievable Definition 2: … Read More

Ubiquitous Influence of Films

May 10, 2018By DPC EditorChurch & Work

By Luke Bobo, originally posted at Made to Flourish. ‘True Story’ Echoes A fond memory of mine is teaching at Lindenwood University (St. Charles, MO) for nearly seven years. One of my favorite classes I designed and taught was Film and Theology. On the first day of class, I often began the class with two … Read More

Learning from The Intern (2015)

May 9, 2018By DPC EditorFaith at Work

Originally posted at Made to Flourish. BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE FILM This film is about Ben (Robert De Niro), a 70-year-old widower, who is tired of retirement. He applies and is hired to be a “senior intern” at an online fashion company and works under the founder and head of the company, Jules Austen (Anne … Read More

Driven: Taxi Drivers and Two Films About Them

May 9, 2018By DPC EditorFaith at Work

Originally posted at Made to Flourish. For this post we’re talking about films featuring taxi drivers. Many of the ideas would translate to Uber drivers, bus drivers, train engineers…even pilots would probably loosely fit the bill. So…Why Ponder Cab Drivers and Films About Them? In a French TV interview Jim Jarmusch shared the following insights: … Read More