The Biblical Meaning of Success Collection

What does real success look like for the Christian? Discover the truths of stewardship and success in the parable of the talents and their implications for your work today.

The Calling Collection

How do I find my calling? Should I quit my job to go to seminary? What about women, work, and calling? Explore the answers to these critical questions from a biblical perspective.

The Stewardship Collection

How do I integrate my faith into more of my life? What am I supposed to do as a Christian in the workplace? How do I make wise decisions with my career? Learn how your life and everyday work fit into God’s big picture story.

The Wealth & Poverty Collection

What does the Bible say about wealth, poverty and justice? Does capitalism promote greed? How does my everyday work help or hurt the poor? Is competition and profit good or bad? Explore answers that are grounded in economic and biblical principles.

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  • Economics 101
  • Public Square
Voting with Your Feet to Serve the Common Good

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

6 minute read

It’s election season in the U.S., and we are hearing a lot about voting. I saw a public service announcement…

  • At Work
The Truth About Bringing Your Faith to Work

By: Diane Paddison

5 minute read

As the founder of 4word, a ministry organization for women in the workplace, I spend significant time speaking to and…

  • At Work
  • Theology 101
Teaching Kids to Live as Christians through Work

By: Dr. Andrew Spencer

5 minute read

When we read Moses’s instructions to teach God’s commands to our children and talk of them consistently (Deuteronomy 6:7), this…

  • Public Square
The Case for Faith and the Free Market

By: Daniel Garza

5 minute read

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator…

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