Matt Rusten serves as the executive director for Made to Flourish. Rusten received his master of divinity degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and has served in churches in North Dakota, the Chicago area, Kansas City, and most recently as pastor of spiritual formation at Blackhawk Church in Madison, Wisconsin.
He and his wife, Margi, and their daughter, Olivia, and son, Owen, live in Kansas.
Resources by Matt Rusten
- Why faith communities are vital to the economic recovery
- 4 stories of churches responding to the Coronavirus crisis
- How to overcome anxiety in the workplace
- Spending to the glory of God: Rethinking consumerism at Christmas
- Watch your conscience in the workplace
- Surrendering performance-based work to the Lord
- When work replaces the church: The disaster of misplaced worship
- Resilient disciples: Why we need vocational discipleship
- Vocational discipleship: A universal desire among workers
- Where is the church when you lose your job?
- Hope for a weary world
- What Is the Common Good?
- The church as an economic actor
- Discipleship and Economic Wisdom: What’s the Connection?
- Now What? Practical Ways Churches Help People Connect Sunday to Monday
- What Do We Mean by “Personal Wholeness?”
- Why Do We Value Diverse Perspectives?
- What Do We Mean by the “Common Good?”
- What Are We Actually Talking About When We Say “Faith and Work”?
- “My Job Isn’t Kingdom Work”
- The Glory of Obscure Work
- Sunday Faith and Monday Work
- Made to Flourish and the Value of Work