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A bold new design. All-new resources you've asked for.
What the story of a rowing team can teach us about effective ministry.
The hope of the world is in a person, not a formula.
Equipping everyone to fulfill the Great Commission.
An interview with Karen Mason
How one pastor is learning to steward Christian vocation.
Do you need a flock to shepherd souls?
My struggle with anxiety and fear no longer defines me.
Culture is the fruit of the human quest for meaning in the world.
How Genesis 1-2 and Revelation 21-22 are vital to understanding the relationship between work and culture.
The world that God creates is filled with potential, and it is waiting for image-bearing.
Ideal image-bearing is a balance of authority and vulnerability.
Are you an image bearer, or are you in poverty, safety or idolatry?
Restoring the image requires Christians to engage with and create culture.
We must understand the centrality of a robust theology that informs our lives and vocations.
We have an integral God who is an integral worker.
"Vocation is at the heart of it."
From age 12 to 30, Jesus spent time in a carpenter shop. What does that mean for us?
What does Sunday liturgy look like when it celebrates vocation?
Why don't more churches proclaim a theology that celebrates vocation?
How can people who are not pastors lead upward?
What do discipleship pathways look like for college campuses and students?
It's easy to make work matter when we love our jobs. What if we hate them?
Even though the artful aspects of human life are useless, they are essential.
If you get art right, you'll get all of culture right.
The practice of any vocation at the highest level requires honesty.
Spiritual insight comes the same way that creative insight does.
No matter what happens, our Maker sees us.
Amid the discussion of redeeming work, how do we talk about rest?
Studying Acts changed my view of sharing the good news.
A critique on the separation of the ordained vs. nonordained roles that have become norm for the church.