Why Prayer Is Still Public Schools’ Best Hope
The founder of Teachers Who Pray calls public education “America’s biggest mission field.”
When I got up off my knees, I heard my father walk through the door—and he had the money, which was also He was minding his own business when was gunned down on the sidewalk
Opinion | Family
Your Spouse Doesn’t Need Your Unconditional Support
Sometimes the deepest expression of love comes in the form of difficult-to-hear truths.
and when he accepted more modest perks and benefits to try to save the company money. In the end, such an approach could actually harm his business, his character, and even their
How to Support Survivors Without Selling Them Out
A wave of social-good businesses learns to balance priorities.
volunteer sales staff, they are able to dedicate the money they take in to the cause, said Linda Tribbett, the company's founder and director of Abolition Now. The business also has an
Opinion | Church
A Woman’s Guide to Seminary
Ministry is serious business. These 9 steps are key to pursuing your training.
Likewise, vocational ministry is the serious business of soul care. It may seem like a waste of time or money or an obstacle to fulfilling your call now, but seminary is neither easy nor fast.
Q&A: Marriage App Founder Says Couples Benefit from Digital Therapy
The founder of the Lasting app aims to offer portable counseling support to married millennials—especially those with kids.
Praxis likes to say that a lot of companies start with “What's a good business idea?” and a lot.” The woman in this relationship said that now when they argue about money, she's thinking
Babies Need Their Moms. But Moms Need Paid Leave.
“Conservatives love my family-first message, but you have to pay for that message,” says researcher.
their greatest interest. So if you're going to work in a business, you want to look for a business that puts their money where their mouth is. Look for a company
Opinion | Family
Moms Have Always ‘Worked.’ Just Ask the Puritans.
5 things I've learned from an early American vision of the household.
so-called stay-at-home mothers (SAHMs) harbor angst about money, attachment, the term houseguests and student boarders and also undertook numerous household business trips to
Opinion | Pop Culture
Does the Road to Character Run Through Silicon Valley?Subscriber access only
The HBO show draws us in with deeper questions about power and morals.
But, as one Stanford business school professor teaches, the entrepreneur motivated primarily by money or power cannot withstand the immense personal sacrifice required to start and
Opinion | Pop Culture
I Don’t Want to Win the LotterySubscriber access only
Whether the prize is a few bucks or a billion, Scripture warns against becoming ‘greedy for gain.’
This cultural doublespeak regarding money belies what Jesus called the “deceitfulness of riches” (Mk. 4:19). Jesus does not equivocate about money.
Forgive Us Our Debts: How Christian College Grads Pay the Price
Evangelical schools work to capture the real cost of student loans.
a year to save money. “I didn't even see them as an option because they would have been a threat to my faith.”. Last week, The New York Times ran an article in its business section titled
Opinion | Discipleship
Why Corruption Is an Urgent Justice Issue
While living abroad, I discovered the corrosive effects of corruption and the suffering it causes.
The more a business spends on lobbying, the less it pays in taxes. I used to think that corruption was simply about money changing hands, unfair business contracts, or rigged elections.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Teaching Teenagers to Manage Invisible MoneySubscriber access only
With spending a click away, our financial lessons are even more urgent.
Teaching Teenagers to Manage Invisible Money. Kids growing up in this decade know less and less about physical money, and more about the ease of virtual spending.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Faith Meets the Entrepreneurial SpiritSubscriber access only
Crowdfunding pioneer Jessica Jackley discusses the redemptive, poverty-fighting work of microfinance.
In the US, how has crowdfunding changed the business landscape and geographic regions like Silicon Valley or New York or DC to have access to the people and the money that those
Opinion | Pop Culture
People Over Profit: Easier Said Than DoneSubscriber access only
Even good-hearted entrepreneurs run into practical complications.
A robust and theologically sound perspective on money—as a tool to be stewarded faithfully, a means to an end rather than the end itself—will also help business leaders check their
Opinion | Sexuality
Changing Minds on AbortionSubscriber access only
5 former abortion advocates speak out
Although the money was a significant motivator, it wasn't the true root of her abortion Throwing herself into her work at a medical supply business, she eventually came to work for a
Melinda Gates: Why Women Are the Best Investment
Women have the power to transform society. But here’s what they need to make it happen.
well over a year, though, they started to see that there wasn't a huge effect on business. So we're putting our hearts, our minds, and our money behind that every single day, and we
Opinion | Pop Culture
Too Frugal for Our Own Good?Subscriber access only
Saving money saved our family, but I refuse to let it become an idol.
Online coupon sites have boomed into a multi-billion dollar business. It's seemingly a snap to save money doing everything from making your own laundry detergent to knocking off your
Partner Content How to Be at Peace and Get What You WantSubscriber access only
Fortune 500 CEO Brad Hewitt’s wisdom for moving past our insatiable cravings.
Why Abortion Workers Need Our Forgiveness and Support
Some pro-life advocates view Planned Parenthood employees as killers complicit in crimes. Abby Johnson sees them as people worth rescuing.
We're not just taking the money away from Planned Parenthood, we're moving it toward We also desperately need to collect names of business owners and managers who would hire
Opinion | Family
When Women Blame Men for Domestic Stress, They Miss the Big Picture
The gender wars inspire finger-pointing. The gospel offers another way.
pastor-husband, for example, often lies awake at night worrying about money, anxious about women do (and in some polls, a greater conflict),” writes Slaughter in Unfinished Business.