All work matters to God.

At the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics, we understand the challenges you face in the work life as a Christian. You want to be faithful to God and have a greater impact in the world around you. Our resources are designed to help you not only with the daily struggles but also take you deeper in Scripture in a way that will refresh and empower you.

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For Individuals

Equipping you for meaningful work.

We truly believe that what you’re doing is kingdom work and want to support you in any way we can. The best way to get connected to IFWE is to subscribe to our blog. We seek to publish encouraging content every day and get it to your inbox on a daily or weekly basis.

The next step might be to go deeper by reading one of our books on faith, work and economics or attend one of our frequent speaking events around the country.

Wherever you are, we would love to connect with you on social media on one of your favorite channels, whether it be Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram!

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For Groups

Going deeper in community.

Whether you’re a small group or bible study that meets in a home, office, or church, it’s our aim to provide you relevant, Biblically-grounded material that animates discussion and transforms lives.

We encourage you to explore one of our books and companion study guides. Executive Director Hugh Whelchel’s book, 'How Then Should We Work? Rediscovering the Biblical Doctrine of Work' would be an excellent starting place. A companion six-week discussion guide is available in leader and participant versions, as well as a digital download. Visit our bookstore to explore our group resources!

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For Organizations

Empowering your team.

When IFWE was launched in 2011, we knew that many marketplace ministry groups already existed. Our aim was not to replicate these groups but to come alongside as a provider of unique content on faith, work and economics. IFWE has already worked with a number of local and national Christian organizations to provide educational material and guest speakers.

If you’re a local or national group and interested in discussing partnership opportunities, we encourage you to contact us by emailing Eric Welch, Vice President of Business and Sector Initiatives, at ewelch@tifwe.org.

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