Dr. Keith Whitfield, Assistant Professor of Theology and Vice President for Academic Administration at Southeastern, recently discussed faith and work with Dr. Benjamin Quinn. Quinn co-teaches Intersect’s free class, Work and Worship: Connecting Sunday to Monday. Keith Whitfield: Benjamin, people in our community, around our country and all over the world spend hours and hours a week working… Read More
Have we overlooked blue collar workers? How is the culture molding the church? Should we think more about heaven? How are smartphones changing us? And how should we think about #BlackLivesMatter? Get answers to these questions and more from Bruce Ashford, Bruce Little, Greg Mathias, Lyndsey Medford and Dan Darling in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading. (Editor’s Note:… Read More
In many vocations, you can clearly see how God is using your work for his glory. A construction worker builds a home that families can live in. A teacher invests in the next generation. A doctor saves lives. In other vocations, the connection seems less clear. What if your work involves carrying a camera around?… Read More
The idea of “calling” is a source of mystery and confusion for many. As a seminary student, I often hear men and women speak of calling when they talk about their long-term plans. Some feel that the Lord is calling them to live and work in an overseas context, while others feel a call to… Read More
What should you know about DACA and Dreamers? How are Christians helping Houston rebuild? In what ways can God use your job to reach the nations? And can you legislate consumerism away? Get answers to these questions and more from Spence Spencer, Joe Carter, Erin Davis and Andy Johnson in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.