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Author: Kristie EshelmanKristie Eshelman works at a non-profit in the Washington, DC area. She received a BA in History from Grove City College.

  • At Work

Are you counting down the hours until the weekend? Perhaps you just aren’t seeing how your work is significant to…

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an opportunity to celebrate the life of a man who worked tirelessly against racial…

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Beware the “Spiritual Danger of Doing Good”

By: Kristie Eshelman

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“I have seen friends and mentors throw themselves into the causes of justice and do extraordinary work for Jesus. I…

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On Monday, Dr. Anne Bradley, IFWE’s vice president of economic initiatives, and Elise Amyx, IFWE’s academic outreach manager, went to…

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Are you counting down the hours until the weekend? Perhaps you just aren’t seeing how your work is significant to…

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After over a year of thought, writing, and production, IFWE released its newest book, For the Least of These: A…

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What comes to your mind when you think of economics? Do you think of charts, graphs, and mathematical models, or…

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Property Rights in Uganda

By: Kristie Eshelman

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How do well-enforced property rights affect the poor? In a video produced by the International Justice Mission, one Ugandan woman…

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Your Work and the Call to Community

By: Kristie Eshelman

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In a recent Relevant article, Curt Devine sums up a dilemma that many Christians – especially young professionals – face:…

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Is there room for the church to give more vocational guidance as Christians enter and navigate the workforce? The answer…

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