May 30, 2013

Not So Fast: Baby Boomers Flocking to Seminaries

The growing number of baby boomers who are attending divinity schools as part of a turn toward a more spiritual life was the subject of a WSJ special report on retirement. Boomers are turning to these careers as part of a broader pursuit of meaning and purpose in the second...
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May 30, 2013

Ten Tips to Organize Work Before Your Vacation

You have the hotel picked out and the reservations made. But before you pack your suitcases and say “adios” to your colleagues, you have to figure out your vacation exit strategy. Be prepared to leave the office—and start your vacation right—with tips from Leigh Steere, co-founder of Managing People Better,...
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May 29, 2013

His Heart Was God’s But Not His Business

I was lying in bed one night and thought about Jesus being a carpenter and how he started his ministry at thirty. The number thirty hit me and I said to God, “You’re not getting me out of this business are you?” I thought about that some more and said,...
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May 28, 2013

"How do you cultivate a family that flourishes?" - Matt Barnes

"How do you cultivate a family that flourishes?" - Matt Barnes
Sometimes the sacrifices we need to make are the ones that build a firm foundation for our families.Read more +
May 28, 2013

Faith and Work and the Next Generation

Young Professionals more than anything want meaning. They are looking for purpose in their lifestyles, their recreation, and their employment. This is a perfect hotbed for a resurgence of the faith and work movement. That’s why The High Calling has begun a Young Professionals emphasis , and why many other...
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May 26, 2013

An Undivided Life

An Undivided Life
Sometimes we feel like compartmentalizing is the only way we can keep ourselves sane. Stress from work can spill over into every part of our lives, and it can be tough to keep it contained.Read more +
May 25, 2013

Don’t Change Jobs. Change Employers

I realize a lot of people in the workplace simply hate their jobs. If you are one of them, here is a bit of advice—change employers. I didn’t say change jobs; I said change employers. If you work for Christ, if you consider Him your boss, you can be content...
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