Originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work. Vincent Bacote invites us to be “fully trinitarian” and engage the world God has made through his Holy Spirit. Drawing from Genesis, Bacote points out that the spirit was present in the beginning of creation which means we need to participate in a public discipleship that … Read More
By: Maria Fee, originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work. Participants of the last writers vocation group took upon the task of a writing exercise that responded to an excerpt from Jonathan Edwards’ The Spirit of Charity the Opposite of a Selfish Spirit. The aim was to engage in theologically reflection through the process of writing. We … Read More
Originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work. Erin Callan on the lack of work/life balance and how the financial crisis changed her perspective. Click here to continue reading.
Originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work. Tim Keller and Katherine Leary Alsdorf discuss five key areas surrounding work: finding meaning and joy in work, success at work, a short and long-term view of work, calling and the issue of work and rest. Click here to continue reading.
By: Abraham Cho, originally posted on the Center for Faith & Work. The New York Times recently ran a fascinating article highlighting the relationship between income mobility and what they aptly described as “the economic layout” of a city. Citing a major new study, they found that “All else being equal, upward mobility tended to be … Read More
By: Kyle Werner, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. What is it that makes food, or the lack of food, so powerful? Why do we become so worn out, cranky, and exhausted when we need food, and then feel so uplifted and restored when we eat a great meal? Certainly we are designed … Read More
Originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. We can’t talk about external risk without talking about our internal perspectives on fear and control. Tim Keller discusses a Biblical view of these two concepts and how that informs the way we approach risk. Click here to continue reading.
Originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. Prior to the last decade, it can be argued that the people making the most significant changes in our world were primarily those with access to power, money and influential networks. This norm has shifted significantly in recent years, and today, we live in an unprecedented … Read More
Originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. The gospel has the power to change hearts, desires, feelings and behaviors so that we might increasingly live by faith towards real obedience. Redeemer Counselor Lois Kehlenbrink introduces a self-counseling tool to help process how the gospel can change the way we respond to disruptions that … Read More
By Chris McNerney and Daniel Lee, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. Last weekend ended with the Marvel/Disney film Guardians of the Galaxy earning the #1 spot at the box office yet again, and setting the record for the summer of 2014 with total earnings of over 275 million dollars in ticket … Read More