Before Jesus was known as the Christ, he was known as a carpenter. Consider the significance of that statement. Though the Scriptures tell us almost nothing about Jesus’ life as a carpenter, it is nevertheless a significant part of who Jesus was for the better part of his life on earth. At least three things… Read More
What does God have to do with your work? How can you connect Sunday with Monday? There’s a growing body of resources to help you answer these questions. Walter Strickland recently compiled a list of books to add to your summer reading list. Today, I’d like to recommend some movies to add to your summer viewing… Read More
If you take a quick glance at the title of our new book, you might think we’re unnecessarily repeating ourselves: Every Waking Hour: An Introduction to Work and Vocation for Christians “Work” and “vocation”? Aren’t they the same thing? Although these terms are often used interchangeably, we define them differently. Work is what creatures do… Read More
Why would we dedicate Every Waking Hour to Mr. Eugene Smith? Because, he’s the most humble and faithful worker we know.