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February 24th, 2017

When the Sermon Goes To Work

Does selling insurance, running a Laundromat, driving a cab, or delivering mail matter to God? Judging by our preaching, the answer is "not much." In one survey 90 percent of Christians said they had never heard a sermon that applied biblical theology to work. Yet Christians may spend...

April 8th, 2015

Can Millennials and Boomers Work Together?

Both the workplace and the church are experiencing a major demographic transition as Boomers and Millennials learn how to do life and leadership together. Collaboration of the two largest cohorts of the past four generations can enrich every corner of society, but this can also create a...

April 17th, 2013

A Marathon Bombing, the Broken World, and Our Maranatha Hope

How should Christians respond to the Boston tragedy? Ed Stetzer of Lifeway Research describes an active response while we wait and pray, “Thy kingdom come.”

Channel(s): Workplace Culture
January 30th, 2012

Pastor Dick Halverson on the Work of the Church

In his book How I Changed My Thinking about the Church, Halverson wrote, "I devoted several days a week simply to moving from office to office shop to shop and out on the oil leases and large farms which surround the city—just being visible and available. Men became used to my...

Channel(s): Leadership: Church
September 19th, 2008

The Father of Faith-Based Diplomacy

In this Christianity Today article Rob Moll describes how Doug Johnson, globetrotting founder of the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, brings faith into the international political workplace.

Channel(s): Evangelism
September 8th, 2008

Creating Culture | Our best response to the world is to make something of it.

Author Andy Crouch discusses appropriate postures Christians should take toward culture. He suggests that condemning, critiquing, copying and consuming are each appropriate responses to culture at certain times toward specific cultural products.

Channel(s): Culture and Worldview