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The Sacred-Secular Divide Is Pure Fiction

Dec 18, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

It is pure fiction to say that there is a sacred-secular divide in our vocations because we all have on baptism, one gospel, and one faith. Read More

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God’s Plan to Bring Justice to the World

Dec 17, 2014 | Carolyn McCulley

Since we are God's hands and feet to the world, working on humanitarian needs is a key element for us as Christians. Read More

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How Education Can Serve a Divine Purpose for Human Culture

Dec 11, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

It is imperative that a warmer, bolder interest in learning should awaken among God’s people, in order to get scholarship back on its God-given track and to refute the lie that faith hates scholarship. Read More

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Serving a Generation in Search of Meaningful Work

Dec 10, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

I’ve found that most students of this generation want meaningful work. And they have a diffused sense of 'doing good' that isn’t limited to faith-based nonprofits. Read More

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The Basics of a Biblical Theology of Work

Dec 04, 2014 | Amy L. Sherman

Since the fall, our experience of work involves pain as well as pleasure. But work itself is good. It has intrinsic value. Read More

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How Architecture Testifies to Beauty and Brokenness in our Cities

Dec 03, 2014 | Jen Pollock Michel

Good architecture helps communities flourish by cultivating a healthy sense of collective identity. Read More

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When You Are in Between Jobs

Dec 03, 2014 | Luke Murry

Unemployment can be seen as a scarlet letter, but it shouldn’t be. Here are 10 ways to use your unemployment to glorify God. Read More

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‘My Work Is More Important than Yours,’ So We All Say

Dec 01, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

Our unity is not based on a sameness of our vocations, but on a celebration of our differences, as we give ourselves to one another in love. Read More

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My Wonderfully Confusing Call to Ministry

Nov 28, 2014 | Liz Lockwood

When I 'surrendered to full-time Christian ministry' in high school, my youth minister told me that my vocational options were limited. But was that what I had signed up for? What that what it meant? Read More

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Working in Family Law Can Reflect God’s Compassion

Nov 26, 2014 | Hannah R. Anderson

Since a simple mistake could make a devastating impact on the lives of others, I have to be focused, time-efficient, and extremely detail-oriented. Read More