At Work & Economics 101

IFWE's Midweek Memo – 02.06.13

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Offering relevant news, analysis, and opinion on all things faith, work, and economics.

Desiring God Talks Business as Ministry: Over at the Desiring God blog, Andre Yee details three reasons that all work is God-honoring.

“Why Work?”, Part Two: “Human beings were created to worship and glorify God in everything they do, including their work.” Matthew Kaemingk lays out the true biblical reason to wake up and go to work in the morning.

Go for the Yahtzee: Chris Horst, Director of Development at HOPE International, discusses the danger of trying to be the solution for other people’s problems.

The Real Injustice: We often focus on the material differences between the rich and poor, but over on the Poverty Cure blog, Mark Weber says the real injustices are immaterial.

Does Family Matter to the Market?: Forbes contributor Bill Flax argues that “the existential crisis afflicting America” isn’t financial. Instead, our biggest threat is the decline of the family.

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