A World Without Work

May 30, 2018By DPC EditorResources By Topic, Society

By Derek Thompson, originally posted at The Atlantic. For centuries, experts have predicted that machines would make workers obsolete. That moment may finally be arriving. Could that be a good thing? 1. Youngstown, U.S.A. The end of work is still just a futuristic concept for most of the United States, but it is something like … Read More

Millennials Losing Faith: Reinventing Meaning in a World Without Religion

May 25, 2018By DPC EditorMillennials, Resources By Age

Originally posted at The Atlantic. In the United States, 25 percent of young adults under age 30 do not claim affiliation with any particular religion—twice as many as their parents’ generation. What does this mean for communities of faith as young Americans increasingly turn away from such identity-forming institutions? Outside of those traditional religious institutions, … Read More

A New Way to Work

May 23, 2018By DPC EditorResources By Topic, Society

By Wally Larson, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. I’m a lawyer, but that’s just the start of what God has called me to at work. In May I graduated from the Center for Faith and Work’s Gotham Fellowship program. Paul writes in Romans that “all have sinned and fallen short of the … Read More

How to be Tech-Wise: Growing in Wisdom that Guides our Actions

April 10, 2018By DPC EditorMillennials, Resources By Topic, Society, Youth

by Luke Bobo, originally posted on Made to Flourish. Family. Work. Technology. These three spheres of life are inextricably bound together, each influencing our lives in positive and negative ways. Technology, while touted as time-saving, can encroach on both family time and moral character formation within the home. We praise technological advances, yet these same … Read More