At Work & Public Square

IFWE’s Midweek Memo – 08.21.13

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Can Work Become an Idol? New Film About Steve Jobs Inspires and Repels Christian Post

Christian reviewers praised the new film “Jobs” as inspirational, a great example of one man using his God-given talents to bless the world, but they also had a caveat – beware of the message of work becoming an idol. – Tyler O’Niel

Disability and Employment: Should We Be Doing More? Values and Capitalism

As Christians, we should do all we can to break these stereotypes and shine a light on the truth that people with disabilities do have something to contribute to society, and when they’re given that opportunity, they do so—many times to a higher degree than their counterparts who do not have a disability. – Karl Cooper

Does Loving the Poor Mean Keeping Them Poor? Acton Institute

If we insist on “loving the poor” but create conditions that increase poverty or make it difficult for a poor person to use his or her own abilities to make money, we aren’t loving anyone. – Elise Hilton

Is Your Job Useless? The Gospel Coalition

Today, three-quarters of Americans feel unfulfilled in their work — and job dissatisfaction may be an even greater struggle in the Christian community. What do we do, then, when we feel our work is useless? – Elise Amyx

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