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Category: At Work

  • At Work

Something deep inside each of us longs to count. We want to matter to the world. We long to make a…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101

It has been a privilege to write this series on the application of the fruit of the Spirit in the…

  • At Work
Is Business Always Kingdom Business?

By: Andy Jones

4 minute read

The week is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof. Yet, many Christians often feel Sunday is disconnected from the realities…

  • At Work
Why We Need Adult Education on Faith & Work

By: Hugh Whelchel

6 minute read

Dr. Matthew Kaemingk, co-author of Work and Worship: Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy and editor of Reformed Public Theology: A…

  • At Work

I was asked to review some recent changes to U.S. Army policy on pregnant soldiers which addressed some of the…

  • At Work
Your Colleagues Are Not Your Competition

By: Dr. David Leonard

5 minute read

Recently I had the pleasure, or perhaps misfortune, of seeing Nightcrawler, a film starring Jake Gyllenhaal. I left the theater…

  • At Work
What About Lent At Work?

By: John Pletcher

4 minute read

“I’m giving up chocolate!” “This year, I’m keeping my cheese and chocolate, but giving up all social media. Goodbye, Facebook…

  • At Work
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
Self-Control in the Workplace

By: Dr. Joshua Nangle

6 minute read

In the age of social media, few qualities are more important than self-control. At our fingertips we have the ability…

  • At Work
Boundaries & Rest for Teleworkers

By: Jessica Schroeder

6 minute read

Our culture proclaims that we are valuable because of our titles, our busy schedules, or our salaries. Yet scripture reminds…

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