Conventional wisdom says that pastors aren’t preaching about faith and work enough, if at all.
A new survey says this conventional wisdom is changing.
Research recently published by the Center for Faith and Work at LeTourneau University reports that more pastors are beginning to preach about the biblical view of work.
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There were no cellphones in the Garden of Eden.
There were, however, all of the elements in place for the eventual creation of cell phones.
The Garden of Eden was perfect, but it wasn’t finished. When God surveyed his creation, he said to man,
Be fruitful and multiply and fill [...]READ FULL POST →
The kingdom of God comes when the way God designed things to be, happens.
- Reverend Bill Haley
For a number of years I have been involved in a non-profit called the Fellows Initiative. This group helps churches start Fellows Programs.
These Fellows Programs [...]READ FULL POST →
Many of us crave a job that will change the world, the next adventure that God will take us on, or something different, something out of the ordinary. God is extraordinary, and he certainly works in these ways.
But God is also at work in the ordinary. He [...]READ FULL POST →
After ten years of teaching in higher education and interacting with students from a wide range of backgrounds, I’ve come to realize that most young people lack the resources for thinking clearly about their vocations.
Unfortunately, this is also true at Christian universities and colleges.
The purpose of Christian institutions of higher [...]READ FULL POST →
This, then, is how you should pray: “‘Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”
- Matthew 6:9-10
“It is both fascinating and heartbreaking that most people long for significance and [...]READ FULL POST →
It is my pleasure to introduce Missy Wallace on the blog. Wallace is the head of the forthcoming Nashville Institute for Faith & Work, a role she will formally step into later this summer.
The Institute ministers to professionals by providing them with resources to integrate their faith and work. With rich experience [...]READ FULL POST →
Economic freedom may be our world’s more powerful poverty relief system, but it’s not enough for human flourishing.
It is the reason why economists report 80 percent of the world’s abject poverty has been eradicated since 1970, thanks to open trade, entrepreneurship, and free enterprise. In China alone, small market reforms since 1978 [...]READ FULL POST →