There is a great scene in the comedy film O Brother, Where Art Thou? that speaks to the subject of sin and obedience.
After escaped convicts Pete and Delmar are saved and baptized, they have a discussion with the skeptic Everett about the extent of the forgiveness of [...]MORE →
I’ve been a Christian most of my life, and scripture has always been a part of that walk. I have been a trained economist for a shorter period of my life. Reading scripture as both a Christian and an economist, I am often struck by what I learn.
Innovation In Scripture
There [...]MORE →
Part 3 in a series on Gifts of the Spirit
The work of the Holy Spirit in the world has several implications for Christians and their work. Whether working in creation or regeneration, the Spirit constantly empowers us to carry out the callings God places on our [...]MORE →
Part 2 in a series on Faces of Faith and Work
There’s something particularly disturbing about seeing nothing but black when your eyes are wide open.
As I crawled around on my hands and knees on the ground of Glade Cave, I carefully listened for the voice of our [...]MORE →
Part 1 in a series on Gifts of the Spirit
It is essential for you to be able to discern your gifts in order to better understand who you are made to be and what you are to do in your work.
Your specific calling is [...]MORE →
When instructions are given to Moses for building the tabernacle, he receives specific information about two categories of men. The [...]MORE →
Part 12 in a series on The 12 Days of Significance
The future has invaded the present. The Kingdom of God which is yet to come in power and glory had already come in a secret and hidden form to work among men and within them.”
-George [...]MORE →
Part 5 in a series on The 12 Days of Significance
Yesterday we discussed the image of God and some of its implications for our lives. Today I’ll dive deeper into what being made in the image of God means for our work and vocation.