Congratulations. With each passing day, you get one step closer to your high school graduation. This will be a big moment in your life. I hope you will be able to enjoy this accomplishment. I would encourage you to take some time to reflect on all that God has done over this season of your… Read More
Why is Bryan Loritts grateful that his dad didn’t always show up? How can you love transgender people? What does the eclipse teach you about God? And why should part-time workers work like full-time workers? And what books what Bruce Ashford recommend? Get answers to these questions and more from Bruce Ashford, Bryan Loritts, Andrew T…. 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 lives of young children. A doctor saves lives. In other vocations, the connection is less clear. What if your work involves scribbling ideas… Read More
The last ten years have seen a renewed interest in the value of work among evangelical Christian scholars and pastors. Churches and universities are reaffirming the goodness of a variety of vocations, and they are beginning to chip away at the sacred/secular divide in work — thanks to the effort of organizations like the Kern… Read More
What impact does white supremacy have on the mission of God? What lies do stay-at-home mothers tell themselves? What tragedy in Iceland should you be aware of? And how should young professionals engage their work? Get answers to these questions and more from Scott Hildreth, Jasmine Holmes, Liberty McArtor and Jessica Schroeder in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.