Part 1 in a series on Four Ways to Change How You See Work
The way we’re working isn’t working….you’re probably not very excited to get to the office in the morning, you don’t feel much appreciated while you’re there, you find it difficult to [...]READ FULL POST →
Entrepreneurship has been in a slow decline over the past thirty years in America, according to a recent study by the Brookings Institution. Today, more businesses are failing than being created, as this graph shows.
But Millennials may be the generation to change this decline.
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[He] shows no partiality to princes/Nor regards the rich more than the poor/For they are all the work of his hands[.]
- Job 34:19
As described in Job 34:19, God created each of us in his own image with unique gifts and talents. In the past few months, [...]READ FULL POST →
Part 6 in a series on Love at Work
We love arrogant sitcom characters. Every TV generation has them.
There is Sheldon on the Big Bang Theory. Before Sheldon, there was Dwight on The Office, Niles on Frasier and his brother Frasier on Cheers. Those with [...]READ FULL POST →
A lot of rich, thoughtful books on faith, work, and economics have been published this year. Here’s five you’ll want to add to your summer reading list.
Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good Steve Garber
Visions of Vocation is full of deep reflections on two central questions:
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Recently, Barna Group has published as series of Frames, short booklets designed to address succinctly and poignantly some of the top issues facing those in their twenties and thirties. In Multi-Careering: Do Work That Matters at Every Stage of Your Journey, research reveals that finding meaningful work [...]READ FULL POST →
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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