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
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
by Mark D. Roberts, originally posted on Fuller Studios. In my first months as executive director of Fuller’s Max De Pree Center for Leadership, I conferred with over 50 marketplace leaders, asking each of them, “How can we serve you?” The response I heard was almost always something like, “You can help me integrate my faith … Read More
by Amy L. Sherman, originally posted on Made to Flourish. It’s a well-known fact that we often remember better what we sing than what we say (or hear). In the context of the local church, this means we need worship songs with both good harmonies and solid theology. A new collaboration of artists, produced by Isaac … Read More
by Amy L. Sherman, originally published on Vocational Stewardship. 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 service … Read More
by Andy Mills, co-chair of the Theology of Work Project. Originally published at Theology of Work. The Bible makes it clear that work matters to God. No matter what your profession or occupation – whether you’re a parent, a bus driver, an artist or an engineer – God cares about your work. Here are ten … Read More
What Pastors Need from Workplace Christians by Mark Roberts, posted on Vimeo. Video originally posted on the Center for Faith and Work.
April 18, 2017, originally published at Made to Flourish. A look at our “diverse perspectives” core value would not be complete without asking our pastors to consider the question, since more than half of our congregations are women, how are we pastors supporting them and their work? Click here to continue reading.
Faith at Work for the “Rest of Us” by Charlie Self, posted on Vimeo. Originally posted by the Center for Faith at Work.
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