Last week we looked at the importance of cultivating character to impacting culture. A revival of character can lead to a renewal of culture. But how do we cultivate such character? There is a saying:
Sow a thought, reap an act. Sow an act, reap a habit. Sow a [...]MORE →
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If there is no resurrection of the dead, then not even Christ has been raised. And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith…But Christ has indeed [...]MORE →
In his book How Then Should We Work: Rediscovering the Biblical Doctrine of Work, Hugh Whelchel writes,
The separation of faith and calling by Christians through the loss of the biblical doctrine of work had a devastating effect on the landscape of American culture during the twentieth century.
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Have you ever felt like what you do the majority of the week at work doesn’t matter to God?
Many Christians struggle to find any meaning in their work. Many are taught it’s just a place to share your faith or earn a paycheck to donate to missions…
Businessman and IFWE [...]MORE →
How should Christians think about work, success, and wealth?
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
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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 →