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October 19th, 2019

Working for God: The Story of R. G. LeTourneau and the University He Founded

This fresh, compelling pictorial biography of R. G. LeTourneau reveals parts of his life never before told about the engineering genius whose giant earth-moving machines helped win WW II and build the highway infrastructure of America. He became the best-known Christian Businessman in the...

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December 3rd, 2016

Joy to the Work, the Lord Is Come

Most Christians in the English-speaking world will sing Isaac Watt’s hymn, “Joy to the World” this Christmas season. Although Watts intended it as a celebration of Christ’s second coming, we’ve adopted it as one of our favorite Christmas hymns for obvious reasons. Christ's first coming...

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December 11th, 2015

Don’t Let Workplace Stress Rob Christmas Joy

It’s mid-December. The city is lit and people are nicer than usual. But maybe you, like many, silently wonder, If this 'tis the season, why am I not jolly? Maybe on lunchbreak you fought traffic and crowds but couldn’t find the right gift for...

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December 14th, 2019

The Chosen

The Chosen is the first multi-season streaming TV series made about Jesus. Friends told us to be ready to binge—and they were right. We feel like we’ve stepped into Jewish culture in Israel 2000 years ago and can relate to all the characters. The Chosen is the top crowdfunded entertainment...

December 12th, 2019

The Value of the Arts from a Biblical Worldview

by Russ Gehrlein Does art have value to God in the world of work? This wide career field would include expressions of pure art in its various forms (drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, etc.), as well as music, dance, theatre, movies, television, and literature. I personally have a...

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November 21st, 2019

Benefits of Leadership by the Book

Organizations are often run according to "the superchicken model," where value is placed on star employees who outperform others. Yet business leader Margaret Heffernan says it's social cohesion, not competition, that drives the most high-achieving teams—a principle we find throughout the...

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November 10th, 2019

Tear Down This Wall

https://www.lausanne.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/06/098.pdfOn June 12, 1987, President Ronald Reagan called on Soviet General Secretary Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall. In the same way, we're calling for another wall to be torn down, the wall separating faith and work--but more than...

November 10th, 2019

Serving Those Who Steal from You

What would you do if everything you owned was taken from you? Craig Deall's successful African farming operation shipped citrus fruit all over the world until it was seized in 2003 without compensation or recourse. When roving gangs came to his farm, he prayed...

November 3rd, 2019

Prayers at Work: November 4-8, 2019

Monday (Meditation: Matthew 16:24-25) God, make me a servant-leader in the image of Christ. Help me to have the interest of others at heart, not just my own. Grant me the initiative to act without opinion polls, and the courage to take responsibility without blaming others. Help me to act...

October 20th, 2019

Inner Voice—The Importance of Internal Marketing

Jason Karpf is a blogger on A Christian’s Guide to Marketing, a nonprofit professional, ab Adjunct Instructor of Marketing at LeTourneau University, the author of Developing a Christian Marketing Plan, and a four-time champion on “Jeopardy.” Below he explains how the success of...