I had a fascinating conversation with Janet Parshall this week on her show “In the Market with Janet Parshall.” She graciously invited me to come talk about IFWE’s newly released book For the Least of These: A Biblical Answer to Poverty.
In this particular conversation, Janet and I got into [...]READ FULL POST →
The U.S. has dropped from the second most economically free country in the world to the eighteenth in the past twelve years.
One of the major reasons we’ve lost economic freedom is because humans, by nature, hate uncertainty. We try to plan and control the future to reduce it.
Usually [...]READ FULL POST →
When we work hard everyday at whatever God has put in front of us, it is pleasing to him and it is more fulfilling for us.
That’s the message of IFWE’s latest video, Fulfillment. Even though you may not be in your dream job, you can [...]READ FULL POST →
As Christians, we seek to obey God’s commands because we love him and want to glorify him with our lives. We also obey, in part, because we want to imitate our heavenly Father, to be holy as he is holy.
When we think of glorifying God, we usually think of “moral” actions and commands: [...]READ FULL POST →
On the sixth day of creation God comes to Adam and Eve and gives them their job description. Genesis 1:28 says,
God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it.
Writing about this passage in her book Total Truth, Nancy Pearcey explains:
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The United States is one of the most economically free countries in the world, but it might not stay that way for long.
The U.S. has dropped from the second most economically free country in the world to the eighteenth in the past twelve years alone. Just because a nation [...]READ FULL POST →
It happened more than a month ago, so it has largely shifted out of the public eye. However, the long-term effects of a tragic plane crash in the French Alps are, no doubt, bringing a heavy load of sorrow to the families of those who died when the plane descended into the [...]READ FULL POST →
One of the most important leadership skills is discerning what’s not there.
My Bible reading plan carried me into Acts and Leviticus at the same time.
Leviticus is the handbook for the priests, with incredible detail on exactly how to perform sacrifices for a long list of situations where a person or [...]READ FULL POST →