At Work & Economics 101

IFWE’s Midweek Memo – 06.12.13

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Offering you the latest news, analysis, and opinion on all things faith, work, and economics.

Working for God’s Best  The High Calling

You see, even though Mark is a faithful follower of Jesus, he is conflicted about being merely a “healer” of kids’ bodies instead of a shepherd of people’s souls. – Paul Sartarelli

A Designer Lighting the Way to Justice  This is Our City

God’s given me a specific skill and, like the Parable of the Talents, I am called to do something with it in design and in the marketplace. – Chris Horst

How to Think About Gifts, Talents and Welfare  Values and Capitalism

The hard truth that is hard for our modern culture to articulate is that we are all gifted differently—and some are not gifted as much as others. – Sam Ellis

Business, Culture-Making, and the Rich Life of Discipleship  Acton Institute

[J]ust as churches mustn’t speak only to a “spiritual” life apart from culture, those in business mustn’t see their work as only material or temporal in significance. – Joseph Sunde

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