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The Role of ‘Spiritual Wisdom and Understanding’ in Our Vocations

Jan 22, 2015 | Al Wolters

The implicit division between private and public life that many Christians make in applying Paul’s words is quite arbitrary. Read More

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Serving Patients In a Broken World

Jan 21, 2015 | Courtney Reissig

As a surgical trauma nurse, one of the primary ways I love my patients is by helping them know that I am eager to serve them. Read More

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Not All Vocational Pursuits Are Equal

Jan 15, 2015 | Amy L. Sherman

To say that there is no sacred/secular divide is not the same thing as saying that all secular pursuits are equally worthy. Read More

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Music Inclines the Heart to Encounter God

Jan 14, 2015 | Bethany Jenkins

Dave and Licia Radford, The Gray Havens, describe their music as "narrative pop folk" because their songs have narrative form, like plot and storyline, and their pop-folk style amplifies their storytelling. Read More

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To Love Our Neighbors, We Help Them Thrive

Jan 07, 2015 | Matt Perman

Humanity was not created to survive, but to thrive. And thriving requires people to create more than they consume. Read More

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To Quit or Not to Quit When Kingdom and Corporate Goals Conflict

Jan 06, 2015 | Dan Doriani

Disciples need to know how to act with integrity, to remain holy in unholy places. The story of redemption includes instructive stories. Read More

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Christmas Gift to Ebola Patients

Dec 24, 2014 | Carolyn McCulley

Caring for those with Ebola provides a different challenge, as the patients can only see the eyes of the health care provider and can only hear a voice muffled by a face mask. Read More

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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