Understand your calling

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Teaching the Next Generation about Whole-Life Stewardship

At the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics, it’s our goal to equip the next generation with the biblical and economic principles that will help them make an impact in this world for Christ. We work directly with students, professors, Christian schools, and homeschool parents through programs, events, and resources.

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New Homeschool Curriculum

Do you homeschool your kids or know someone who does? Check out IFWE's new curriculum for high school homeschool students. Two new 17-module courses written by IFWE scholars focus on biblical calling and on economics: Understanding God's Calling and Biblical Foundations for the Economic Way of Thinking

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Campus Programs

IFWE supports campus programs at schools and universities across the U.S. that educate students on the biblical view of faith, work and economics. Programs have included weekly reading groups, mentorship programs, and movie events. Each program utilizes IFWE content to help students make connections between their faith and work, understand who God has made them to be, and learn how to advance a free and flourishing society.

For professors interested in finding out more about leading a campus program, contact Kathryn Feliciano, Manager of Academic Initiatives, at kfeliciano@tifwe.org. For students interested in participating in or requesting a program on their campus, register below.

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Educational Resources

Dedicated to learning and teaching, IFWE is constantly creating new tools to equip teachers, small group leaders, parents, and others to teach a biblical view of work and economics. Curriculum designed for high school and homeschool students are currently being produced! Check out some of our featured educational resources in the IFWE bookstore.

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Special Programs

IFWE launches special programs on campus and online to stimulate discussion around ideas of faith, work and economics. In 2014, we launched our presence on Instagram and conducted a video contest among high school and college students. Sign-up to receive IFWE content below to stay informed about future special programs!

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