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Messages | April 19, 2017

Discipleship with Monday in Mind at The Gospel Coalition

by Tom Nelson

The gospel speaks into every nook and cranny of life, including the work we’re called by God to embrace for his glory and the furtherance of the common good. Tragically, many church leaders fail to adequately equip congregants for their vocational callings. What’s really at stake when our gospel-centered churches fail to connect Sunday worship […]


Articles | March 7, 2017

Christianity Today: Helping People Connect Faith and Work

by Skye Jethani, Luke Bobo

Christianity Today highlighted Made to Flourish this month by featuring Skye Jethani and Luke Bobo’s interviews with over a dozen pastors across the country. Jethani and Bobo’s work, captured in the Discipleship with Monday in Mind ebook, emphasizes the importance of pastors moving beyond simply knowing a theology of faith and work towards integrating these ideas. One way […]


Integration Tools | March 1, 2017

Worship + Vocation

Made to Flourish seeks to equip pastors to integrate faith, work, and economics (FWE) in four primary ways: corporate worship, pastoral practices, discipleship, and outreach. More and more resources are surfacing in the FWE world, but often hard to find are resources on corporate worship. Worship pastors, fear no more! Cardiphonia believes in the Word transformed – prayers, song, […]


Integration Tools | December 5, 2016

All Things Good – A Song on Faith and Work

by Eric Schumacher

Songs on faith and work are a central component (yet often overlooked!) of weaving faith and work integration into the life of your church. Here is the lyric video to such a song by Eric Schumacher and David L. Ward, titled All Things Good, which was written to help God’s people celebrate his goodness in their […]


Integration Tools | October 12, 2016

Where We Worship | A Collaborative Photography Exhibition

by Gabe Coyle

There is almost no place where the enduring sacred/secular dichotomy is more clear than in our answer to this question: Where do we worship? If you ask adherents to almost any religion where they worship, it’s likely that their answer will reveal internalized assumptions about what their deity values. Naturalists, for example, might say the […]


Integration Tools | January 19, 2016

Prayer for Vocations

by Steve Garber

God of heaven and earth, we pray for your kingdom to come, for your will to be done on earth as it is in heaven.  Teach us to see our vocations and occupations as woven into your work in the world this week.  For mothers at home who care for children, for those whose labor […]


Integration Tools | September 1, 2015

List of Work-Oriented Worship Songs

by MTF Staff

“Do Your Work Well” by John Brewer For The Beauty Of The Earth Add To The Beauty, Sara Groves Benediction, Maeve Prayers of The People, The Brilliance Servant King (From Heaven You Came), Graham Kendrick All Things New, Red Mt. Music Christ Be All Around Me, All Sons & Daughters Crags & Clay, Gungor Hands […]


Integration Tools | September 1, 2015

Blessings on Vocations

For the past two months God has spoken to us about our vocations, our callings from God to serve others and this world. This morning, we want to bless everyone in those callings. The callings that I will read are offered here [wall]. Which is yours? Or has God called you to more than one? When I […]


Integration Tools | September 1, 2015

Questions for Congregational Interviews

by MTF Staff

Questions Used by Redemption Tempe (For more detail, see their article on how they do their all-of-life interviews) How would you describe your work? As an image-bearer of God, how does your work reflect some aspect of God’s work? (Gen, 1:26-28, 1 Cor. 10:31, Eph. 5:1, Col. 3:17). Where do you take the greatest joy […]


Integration Tools | September 1, 2015

The Creed in Question Form for Workers

Do you believe in God? We believe in One God, Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, Source of humanity’s skills, Provider of earth’s riches. We believe in God who is love, and judge of all, who claims our service and worship, longs for our help in creation, to fulfill his purpose on earth.   […]


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