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Video Shorts | December 11, 2017

You Need Capacity to Love Your Neighbor

Have you ever wanted to help but just not had the money or time or energy to give? Loving our neighbor requires more than just compassion.


Articles | December 7, 2017

How Giving Christmas Gifts to Under-Resourced Families Could Be Hurting Them

by Dave Huber

And the One Change That Could Make a Huge Difference Let’s get one thing straight: Christmas is about the gifts. Ask any child what Christmas means to them and they’ll tell it to you straight. But ask an adult the same question and you’re likely to hear things like family and friends, cherished traditions,  and […]


Articles | December 5, 2017

How Hope Is Possible in Our Dark World

by Matt Rusten

There is plenty in our world to make us despair. But in Jesus, we have reason for an eyes-wide-open hope for our divided and despairing world.


Book Reviews and Summaries | December 4, 2017

Book Review: Calling All Years Good

The new book Calling All Years Good talks about what vocation means for people in all stages of life, from toddlers to grandparents.


Articles | December 1, 2017

My Job is Not Better Than Yours

by John Cruz

No matter our profession, we all have been called to our work. There is no sacred-secular divide, no higher or lower calling.


Articles | November 30, 2017

When Reaching Workers Means Moving Your Church

by Luke Bobo

Three years after it was planted, Woven Church in Houston, TX, is already moving. Why? To be a presence in the Energy Corridor, a dominant oil and gas industry space nearby. Pastor Wayne Park, who is working on his doctorate of ministry in Faith, Work, Economics, and Vocation at Fuller Seminary (Pasadena, CA), sees this […]


Articles | November 28, 2017

How a Church’s Cafe Provides Job Training to At-Risk Students

by Luke Bobo

Many champions for the foster care system worry about at-risk 17-to-24 year olds aging out of their system. Once these young people age out, many end up either homeless or in jail. “Being ill-equipped makes these young people quite vulnerable,” Pastor Artie Lindsay, Teaching Pastor at Tabernacle Community Church, explained to me. They are often […]


Articles | November 27, 2017

What Matters

This blog was originally published on Fred Smith’s blog at The Gathering. We’re honored to share its insights about the artists’ talent and excellence here.    I love the art of Andrew Wyeth and his family – father N.C. and son, Jamie. Last week I made my first visit to the Brandywine River Museum with friends and sitting […]


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