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Author: Hugh WhelchelHugh Whelchel is Executive Director of the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics and author of How Then Should We Work? Rediscovering the Biblical Doctrine of Work. Hugh has a Master of Arts in Religion and brings over 30 years of diverse business experience to his leadership at IFWE.

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Theologian R. C. Sproul once said, “God doesn’t roll dice.” Nothing ever happens by chance. Scripture makes this clear. Consider Ruth…

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What is God’s Design for Labor?

By: Hugh Whelchel

8 minute read

Editor’s Note: Hugh Whelchel was a guest on the radio program, The World and Everything in It, on Labor Day,…

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Work in different forms is mentioned over 800 times in the Bible, more than all the terms used for worship,…

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Editor’s Note: Hugh Whelchel’s seminal book, How Then Should We Work: Rediscovering the Biblical Doctrine of Work, is now available…

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When Words are Worth More than a Picture

By: Hugh Whelchel

5 minute read

I read an article a while ago that has stuck with me. The author described how, during a conversation with…

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Does Our Ambition Honor God?

By: Hugh Whelchel

6 minute read

“Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life: You should mind your own business and work with your hands,…

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Faith in a Time of High Anxiety

By: Hugh Whelchel

5 minute read

In 1977 Mel Brooks released a comedy entitled High Anxiety. Even though Brooks played the leading role, the film did…

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I have always been intrigued by Luke’s account of Jesus’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem. It’s the beginning of Holy Week,…

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I began a Sunday school class I taught several weeks ago on “God’s Sovereignty and Our Responsibility” with the following…

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This is Not How Things are Supposed to Be

By: Hugh Whelchel

5 minute read

When we look at the world today, we all feel a deep conviction that this is not the way things…

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