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Author: Jacqueline IsaacsJacqueline Isaacs is the strategic director of Bellwether Communications, where she crafts measurable, well-researched content strategies for thought leaders. She also serves as the firm’s managing partner in Nashville, TN. She previously was the marketing manager for IFWE, and she has served in marketing and communications roles in several DC-area non-profits. She holds an MBA in Marketing from Johns Hopkins University and a BS in Government from Oral Roberts University.

  • Arts & Culture
Seven New Books on Faith, Work & Economics

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

5 minute read

The library of excellent books on faith, work, and economics continues to expand with every passing year. Here are just…

  • Arts & Culture
“A Christmas Carol”: A Capitalist Story

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

5 minute read

Charles Dickens is well known as one of the most prolific and influential authors of the Victorian period. His works…

  • Arts & Culture
  • At Work
How Culture Making Brings Glory to God

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

4 minute read

Previously we asked the question, how can we know that our work is bringing glory to God when it doesn’t…

  • Arts & Culture
Understanding Our Vocations As Culture Makers

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

6 minute read

As Christians, we know that we are fearfully and wonderfully made in God’s image, with a specific vocation for which…

  • Arts & Culture
  • Public Square

Another election cycle is nearing its end in the United States. If anything can remind us that we live in…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101
Is Something Wrong with the Salt and Light?

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

4 minute read

Christian author and scholar, Os Guinness, began a talk about the Christian struggle to influence culture with this alarming observation—there…

  • At Work

A few weeks ago, I returned to school along with millions of other American teachers, students, and support staff. The…

  • Arts & Culture
  • Theology 101

While this summer looks different than most, with fewer vacations and more uncertainty about the future, it still seems to…

  • Economics 101

The first two quarters of 2020 certainly have not gone the way any of us would have expected, but the…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

Should you wear a mask or face-covering while returning to work and your regular activities? While this seems like a…

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