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Category: At Work

  • At Work

We long for love, joy, and truth. And yet, we often feel the pressures of the workplace require us to…

  • At Work

When I was a mostly-stay-at-home mom, I really questioned my value to the machinery of our economy. What was I…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101

Mother’s Day at church can be a sensitive time for women. My pastor is always intentional in expressing kindness to…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101
Does Family Interfere with Your True Calling?

By: Elizabeth Moyer

5 minute read

Dry-cleaning, grocery shopping, meal-prepping, lunch-packing, laundry, gifts for birthdays, holidays, and special occasions. I can never fully check these things…

  • At Work

Raised in a farming family in Oregon, I’ve never not worked. After getting my MBA and embarking on a career…

  • At Work
Honoring the Faith and Work of Moms

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

4 minute read

Editor’s note: There’s no doubt about it, mothers play a significant role in contributing to human flourishing. In honor’s of…

  • At Work
So, What Are My Twenties for, Anyway?

By: Drew Moser

6 minute read

What are my twenties for? It’s a question of purpose, significance, and direction; rife with tension and anxiety, full of…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101

Albert Einstein once said, “Any fool can know. The point is to understand.” So, Mr. Einstein, what’s the difference between…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101

It is certainly right to place great emphasis on Christ’s birth (Christmas), death (Good Friday), and resurrection (Easter), but to…

  • At Work
  • Public Square
Three Core Principles for Helping the Jobless

By: Kathryn Feliciano

7 minute read

In a 2013 blog, David Spickard, former president and CEO of Jobs for Life ( JfL) discusses how jobs can…