Oct 15, 2014

Your Work Is Not as Important as You Want It To Be: A Review of Mark Labberton’s New Book

The American church is in crisis. We have traded Christ’s passion for our own church programs. We have traded the Kingdom of God for the kingdom of politics. We have traded selfless community, existing to worship God and serve others, for selfish community, existing to entertain ourselves and maintain a...Read more +
Oct 15, 2014

VIDEO: Why Does Our Faith Influence Our Choices on Sunday, But Not on Monday?

Last month, Mark Labberton, the president of Fuller Seminary and our personal friend published an incredibly important new book, Called . Mark Roberts, primary author of our Daily Reflections, felt so strongly about the book that he commissioned several videos to help bring Labberton’s ideas to as many people as...Read more +
Oct 15, 2014

VIDEO: What Does the Bible Teach Us About Vocation?

Last month, Mark Labberton, the president of Fuller Seminary and our personal friend published an incredibly important new book, Called . Mark Roberts, primary author of our Daily Reflections, felt so strongly about the book that he commissioned several videos to help bring Labberton’s ideas to as many people as...Read more +
Oct 15, 2014

VIDEO: Is There a Difference Between Calling and Work?

Last month, Mark Labberton, the president of Fuller Seminary and our personal friend published an incredibly important new book, Called . Mark Roberts, primary author of our Daily Reflections, felt so strongly about the book that he commissioned several videos to help bring Labberton’s ideas to as many people as...Read more +
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Oct 10, 2014

Barry Saunders: Hunting Creativity

Barry Saunders: Hunting Creativity
Creativity means bringing all of ourselves to our work, to our relationships, and to our faith.Read more +
Oct 10, 2014

Habits That Work: Windows to Grace

Years ago, when my two boys (now 10 and 16) were babies, I felt constrained by household chores. The grinding cycle of tasks such as cooking, changing diapers, and cleaning up messes—when I wanted to be doing something more fun—frustrated me to no end. Nothing ever stayed done. Maybe that’s...Read more +

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