Category Archives: Faith and Work
Consider these practical suggestions for sharing the gospel at work.
I’m successful if these students graduate knowing that their joy is found in seeking God’s glory and in loving others as Christ has loved them.
Just because he wasn’t calling me to full-time vocational ministry did not mean that I could slack off in seeking him.
“Thinking Christianly” is not something we add on as an afterthought; it radically changes the nature of everything.
Because the gospel transforms every area of life, I have the freedom to follow a career path and bring great glory to God with everything I do.
From international students to young professionals, this vision of vocation gives new hope by showing them their field of work is part of God’s mission in the world.
In May, as graduating seniors approach the end of their university careers, they want to find coherence between their academic training and the realities of post-college life.
I do believe we should expect more from the health care of our day. But it can never be what the messages of our culture tell us we should have.
I fight to find beauty in the unchanging qualities in which God delights—humility, truth, kindness, self-giving, joy.
For Bubba Watson, winning golf’s biggest tournament isn’t the most important thing in life.