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Which Comes First—the Race or the Arrest?

Feb 27, 2015 | Bethany Jenkins

When African Americans are arrested "at a rate 10 times higher than people who are not black” in at least 70 police departments across the United States, we should—at least—start with honesty about our implicit biases. Read More

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What Is Meaningful Work?

Feb 27, 2015 | Courtney Reissig

Recovering a robust understanding of the value of all work would go a long way in tempering some of the attitudes surrounding women and work. Read More

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More, But Not Less, Than a Carpenter

Feb 26, 2015 | Tom Nelson

Jesus’s humble service in the workplace was the training ground for that glorious display of servanthood in an upper room in Jerusalem. Read More

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Stay-at-Home Work when Kids Have Special Needs

Feb 25, 2015 | Courtney Reissig

It doesn’t matter how much sleep my children got last night or what they have done on a given day, I’m still called to show kindness, love, grace, and patience toward them. Read More

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The Right Use of the Present Life

Feb 19, 2015 | Bethany Jenkins

In this present life, John Calvin calls us to avoid extremes, to receive earthly things as gifts from God, to offer true gratitude to God, and to be faithful in our divine calling. Read More

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My Job Exists Solely Because of the Fall

Feb 18, 2015 | Paul Maxwell

Mankind's wickedness—greed, pride, and depravity—creates the market for my company's business. Read More

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A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Interpretations

Feb 11, 2015 | Jen Pollock Michel

The pixelated view is the one that allows you to trust that God is working all things together for good. Read More

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Our Children’s First Glimpse of the Value of Work

Feb 11, 2015 | Courtney Reissig

Even the endless amounts of laundry are telling a story to our children about the value of work. Read More

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Lost Jobs, Found Church

Feb 09, 2015 | Greg Forster

The church is a place where those left behind by technological change can find gospel-centered identity, wisdom, and equipping for the hard roads they are called to walk. Read More

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Who Is Jesus?

Feb 06, 2015 | J. A. Medders

This book could be a new generation’s ‘More Than a Carpenter.’ It’s certainly a book I can’t wait to give it to others. Read More