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Author: Dr. Timothy EwestRev. Dr. Timothy Ewest is the Associate Professor of Management and the M.B.A. program director at Houston Baptist University (HBU). He also serves as a visiting scholar at the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics. He has worked in higher education since 2002 teaching management, leadership, ethics, corporate social responsibility and stewardship. Besides his duties at HBU, Dr. Ewest has worked as a Visiting Research Collaborator with David Miller at Princeton University’s Faith & Work Initiative and as a member of the United Nations Think Tank on Responsible Management. Dr. Ewest holds a master’s degree in theology from Wheaton College, a master’s degree in theology from Regent University, an M.B.A. from George Fox University, and a D.Mgt. from George Fox University. Dr. Ewest is an ordained minister in the Christian and Missionary Alliance.

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How Christmas Highlights Our Longing to Belong

By: Dr. Timothy Ewest

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While visiting Oslo, Norway, I was pensively approached by a man wearing a University of Ohio t-shirt. He asked me…

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God in a Hamburger: The Mind of Fallen Humanity

By: Dr. Timothy Ewest

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This is the second of a six-part series exploring themes in Romans which I believe can act as a road…

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Taking the Romans Road of the Workplace

By: Dr. Timothy Ewest

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This past summer I was bouncing between two projects, studying the book of Romans with colleagues, and putting the final…

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My father taught me my first lesson in understanding stewardship. He was meticulous at keeping his woodworking tools in order….

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Over the last couple of months we have been exploring the ancient rhythms of work inherited from centuries of Christians…

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Each year I drive through a part of New Jersey that’s  home to some of the highest incomes in the…

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I sat in a busy restaurant with a good friend. As we began talking, I told him I was troubled…

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My father taught me my first lesson in understanding stewardship. He was meticulous at keeping his woodworking tools in order….

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Last week I began this series asking us to remember the ancient rhythms of work inherited from centuries of Christians…

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Editor’s Note: Today we introduce Dr. Timothy Ewest, a new contributor to the IFWE blog. Dr. Ewest is an Associate…

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