Twenty-somethings in the workplace. Most reactions to this picture probably aren’t positive (see the Millennials in the Workplace Training Video to learn more about why). So you might be surprised to learn that twenty-somethings are actually embracing a Christian theology of work.
Part 5 in a series on Love at Work
Harris Wittle is a writer for the show Parks and Recreation. In 2010, he created a Twitter handle called @Humblebrag that retweets subtly-worded boasts people post on Twitter. His Twitter experiment has grown into a hashtag phenomenon.
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A recent article by Klaus Issler in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society highlights the pervasive presence of the topic of work in Jesus’ parables. The collection of charts and statistics make it clear that, while not the main substance of Christ’s teaching, work was never far [...]READ FULL POST →
And yet most of these 4 million had to endure a [...]READ FULL POST →
The Good-Works Company is an uncommon company working for the common good. Their goal is “alleviating poverty, restoring human dignity, and creating flourishing communities through good work,” according to their website.READ FULL POST →
While much progress has been made toward poverty alleviation, many well-intentioned efforts have led Christians to actions that are not only ineffective, but leave the most vulnerable in a worse situation than before. Is there a better answer?
That’s the question panelists aimed to answer during a special panel discussion [...]READ FULL POST →
On Wednesday, Twentieth Century Fox released the first trailer for Ridley Scott’s upcoming film Exodus: Gods and Kings, starring Christian Bale as Moses.
Exodus will join other biblically-inspired movies released in 2014, such as Son of God, Noah, Heaven is For Real, and God’s Not Dead.
Some are [...]READ FULL POST →
Part 4 in a series on Love at Work
It’s a monster all right, but envy is not a benign little cartoon character. It’s a terrible beast that can eat us alive.
A couple years ago, Harvard Business Review published the article Envy at Work by [...]READ FULL POST →