by April Rinne, originally posted on Quartz at Work My friend Diane says that she “works in seasons.” Her work, and the location in which she completes it, often changes as summer turns to fall or as fall turns to winter. Over the years, she’s worked in a combination of new and familiar places and … Read More
by Kathy Davie, originally posted on Designing Your Life “When you rest in mindful awareness, you are participating intimately in life as it is unfolding, seeing what happens, experimenting, allowing the original beauty and mystery of the world and of yourself to speak to you…” In our Designing Your Life for Women retreats, we weave … Read More
by Shana Lebowitz, originally posted on AOL There are few things more frustrating than seeing a coworker hit a sales target, or draw praise from management, or (the horror!) get promoted — when you just know they don’t work as hard as you do. “Great at Work,” a new book by Morten T. Hansen, who … Read More
The God of all Human Resources by John Van Sloten on John Van Sloten, on Vimeo. Today we continue our sermon series on vocation and will be looking for God’s passion for human flourishing and kingdom growth in a Human Resources director.
God’s News (through a Journalist) by John Van Sloten on John Van Sloten, on Vimeo. In this message we’re going to listen for God’s truth speaking, justice seeking, beauty appreciating, news telling word through the vocation of a journalist.
by Amy L. Sherman, originally posted on Vocational Stewardship. 1. During corporate worship services, pray for members by vocation. This could take a variety of expressions: pray aloud for a different occupational group (e.g., educators or businesspeople) each week invite congregants who are facing difficulties on the job to come forward during or after the … Read More
by Scott Cormode, originally posted on Fuller Theological Seminary. Leadership is a cultivated instinct. At first glance, the phrase “cultivated instinct” seems like a contradiction in terms. We normally think of instincts as coming at birth. Baby birds peck their way out of the egg and then open their beaks to the sky. No one … Read More
Faith and Work | Jody Vanderwel on Investing in Character, originally posted on Fuller Studios. Jody Vanderwel, president of Grand Angels and Fuller Trustee, reflects on character and integrity as defining strategies for investing. She is interviewed by Fuller Seminary’s president Mark Labberton.
Faith and Work | Mary Vermeer Andringa on Principles and People, originally posted on Fuller Studios. Mary Vermeer Andringa, CEO of Vermeer Corporation and Fuller Trustee, reflects on the company’s commitment to its employees and how faith in Christ influences all spheres of life. She is interviewed by Scott Cormode, Hugh De Pree Professor of … Read More
Produced by Theology of Work Project. This sermon by George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury, was given in Derby England on May 10,1992. It is reproduced here as part of “Work in Worship,” a collection of material for work-themed services compiled by David Welbourn. For more sermons, prayers, songs, and readings about work, click on the … Read More