The smell of cafeteria food is in the air. The sound of squeaking sneakers echoes through hallways. And yellow school buses pepper the highways. This means one thing: School is back in session. As the new school year begins, educators need your prayer. In working with veteran and novice teachers for over a decade, and… Read More
Why does culture matter for economic flourishing? Why should you care about the opioid crisis? How should Christians think about business? And what are some tips to help you budget your time this school year? Get answers to these questions and more from Philip Bethancourt, Joseph Sunde, Hugh Whelchel and Jayson Rowe in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
Summer is almost over. The semester will soon begin. Perhaps it’s your first semester in college or your last. Your schedule will be full of new classes. You will interact with new people. You will experience new opportunities. You will have renewed focus and desires… to grow in your education to grow in your friendships… Read More
Back in seminary, my husband and I began to think about options for educating our children. In the forefront of our minds was our desire to serve the Lord in overseas missions. We knew at least for the foreseeable future that we would be moving around quite a bit before settling at the place where… Read More
Every day, we face real-world economics issues such as poverty, systemic inequity in housing or farm loans, education or health care. Yet piecing together a Biblical teaching concerning such economic issues is a difficult task for a variety of reasons. First, we tend to focus on what the Bible says about the spiritual side of… Read More