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Applying Scripture to Your Work

Oct 20, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

Over the years, I've learned that God's truth is truth, and it applies everywhere. Read More

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The Mid-Degree Crisis and the Value of Work During Seminary

Oct 17, 2014 | Phillip Bethancourt

For seminarians, work may be perceived as a soul-sucking inconvenience, but it may actually be an act of soul-shaping valor. Read More

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Is Money Just a Necessary Evil?

Oct 16, 2014 | Wayne Grudem

Money enables all of mankind to be productive and enjoy the fruits of that productivity thousands of times more extensively than we could if no human being had money, and we just had to barter with each other. Read More

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Cancer Research Offers Insight on the Creation and the Fall

Oct 15, 2014 | Jen Pollock Michel

My sureness and hope is in our Lord and his return, and I look forward to and long for the day when we will have new bodies. Read More

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How Being a Nanny Is Teaching Me About Life’s Big Questions

Oct 13, 2014 | Sarah Chantal Parro

Caring for small children provides a sharp insight into what it means to be human, often on a daily basis. Read More

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Is It Wrong to Earn a Profit?

Oct 09, 2014 | Wayne Grudem

Earning a profit is fundamentally good. Through it we can reflect many of God’s attributes, such as love for others, wisdom, sovereignty, and planning for the future. Read More

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Shaping a Kid’s Dream Job

Oct 08, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

Since faith-and-work conversations are about all-of-life coherence, everyone should be engaging in them—even children. Read More

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Living Out Her Faith on the Sidelines and the Set

Oct 08, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

Sometimes simply living your life can be the most powerful testimony. My marriage, how I treat people, and how I carry myself are all important ways to demonstrate my faith. Read More

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Is Gaining Profit from Someone Else’s Work Exploitation?

Oct 02, 2014 | Wayne Grudem

Employer/employee relationships, in themselves, are not morally neutral but are fundamentally good and pleasing to God because they provide many opportunities to imitate God’s character and so glorify him. Read More

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How a Money Manager Helps Parents Send Their Kids to College

Oct 01, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

I try to work as God does—ordering myself, prioritizing my activities, and pursuing coherence in my life so that, whether I’m acting as an investor, a talking head, a church member, a husband, or a father, I’m offering all of my life to him. Read More