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September 4th, 2014

Rap Music for the Glory of God

When his album hit #1 on Billboard, Grammy award-winning rap artist Lecrea appeared on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The following article about how he integrates his faith with his work was posted earlier. Rapping for the Glory of God At the Center for Faith & Work we talk a lot...

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January 27th, 2014

If I Had a Billion Dollars

Ten years ago The Externally Focused Church by Rick Rusaw and Eric Swanson awakened Christians to the fact that most communities wouldn’t notice if local churches disappeared.  The book played a huge role in rebirthing gospel-motivated social consciousness among evangelicals. ...

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January 20th, 2014

Why the Church Shouldn't Ignore the Workplace

At the Lausanne Conference on World Evangelism in 2010, Mark Greene, Director of John Stott's London Institute for Contemporary Christianity outlined a significant problem stating: “The 98% of Christians are who are not in paid church work have never been envisioned or equipped for mission...

September 29th, 2011

The Meaning of the City

Dr. Timothy Keller's sermon on Jeremiah 29:4-14 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church "Jeremiah told the Jewish exiles in Babylon to seek the peace and prosperity of the city they found themselves in. Like New York, it was an enormous, intimidating city with diverse populations that espoused a...

September 19th, 2011

Four Types of Marketplace Christians

Each person has a unique calling to advance God's kingdom in the workplace. However, some are more effective than others. Serial Entrepreneur Michael Eaton charts four types of Christians in the workplace, each with their own set of beliefs, goals, strategies and potential for impact.