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Jesus on the Job: How Faith Mixes With Work, Part 1
It is time for us to see all work as vital to the growth of the Kingdom of God.
Aug 1, 2016. evangelism, work, vocation. Jesus ministry?”. As a result, confusion often abounds in regards to vocation and how we can joyfully thrive in our work.
Jesus on the Job: How Faith Mixes With Work, Part 2
It is past time to have a robust conversation around integrating faith and learning.
Aug 4, 2016. workplace, evangelism, vocation. Jesus on the Job: How Faith Mixes With Work, Part 2. Jesus on the Job: How Faith Mixes With Work, Part 2.
Leadership Development According to Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Bonhoeffer's wisdom on leadership endures.
Instead of merely hoping that your preaching will stir some to see their primary vocation and calling as being harvest workers, what if you actually created intentional environments and
What It's Like to Be a Black, Female Pastor in the South
Nicole Massie Martin shares about her unique vocation.
What It's Like to Be a Black, Female Pastor in the South. Nicole Massie Martin shares about her unique vocation. Interview by Andrea Palpant Dilley. Courtesy
Over Professionalizing What Should be the Common Practice of Evangelism
Evangelism should never leave the realm of the non-professionals
catalyst for revival and evangelistic growth. Nevius believed nationals should evangelize from their position of vocation and influence. For instance, if he's a
Finding a Job that Works for You and for God
Tips for overcoming job-hopping, career confusion, and ‘vocational scrambling.’
Our willingness to move between disjointed occupations and to consider such significant career changes reflects our need to consider deeper questions about vocation.
Subscriber Access Only Pursue the Caller, Not the Calling
What we forgot about vocation.
Pursue the Caller, Not the Calling. What we forgot about vocation. Ryan J. Pemberton/ September 28, 2015. Pursue the Caller, Not the Calling. What we forgot about vocation.
Why I’m Not a World-Changer
In my middle-age years, I’ve traded revolution for good old-fashioned faithfulness.
deserved recognition.”. Some of this “world-changer” rhetoric emerges from the way in which we speak about vocation in our churches. Although many
Weekend Edition: October 30, 2015
Bart Campolo, Christian conferences, and more.
One of the most difficult decisions facing anyone who has begun to develop an interest in the academic vocation faces is whether they should go “all in” and actually apply for a doctoral
Need More Evidence Pastoring is Not a Doomsday Profession? Look at the Wesleyan Church
A lot of rumors fly about the poor state of pastors' emotional and mental health.
out of date. Yet the legend persists that 20,000 pastors run from their vocation every year screaming, “I just can't take it anymore!”. Amen to that. Also in
An Update on the GC2 Summit on the Christian Response to Refugees
Here's what we have planned so far for the the GC2 Summit on refugees.
Rich is also the author of two acclaimed books—The Hole in Our Gospel and Unfinished—that address the vocation of Christ-followers to live out the whole gospel, bringing the good
Who's Afraid of Her Own Authority?
As women, we’re often taught to fear power. Here’s how I’ve overcome that fear.
womanhood and authority were mutually exclusive. Nonetheless, these ideas have shaped my vocation, discipleship, and relationships. I felt led into ministry
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On Their Side: A Public Defender's Work to Humanize Her Clients
How the murder of her sister spurred Jeanne Bishop to grapple not only with Christian forgiveness but also with her vocation.
How the murder of her sister spurred Jeanne Bishop to grapple not only with Christian forgiveness but also with her vocation. On Their Side: A Public
The Sunday to Monday Gap: A guest post by RJ Grunewald
Because God is at work in the midst of the work we are doing, all of our work is sacred.
Oct 31, 2014. Vocation. The Sunday to Monday Gap: A guest post by RJ Grunewald. RJ's writing, especially on the subject of vocation, can be found at rjgrune.com.
Finding the Right Church Planting Model Part 4: The Missional Incarnational Approach
What do Missional Incarnational church plants look like, and how do they work best?
In many cases, while funding may be raised through a denomination, network, or mother church, choosing a bi-vocation or tent-making skill may be in the best interest of a Missional
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How Science Became a Weapon in the Mommy Wars
How Science Became a Weapon in the Mommy Wars
Peer-reviewed research intensifies parenting debates… and can leave us even more confused.
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