MTF News

MTF News | May 15, 2017

We’re Hiring – Director of Marketing and Communications

Made to Flourish is currently looking for a Director of Marketing and Communications. Learn more about the position by viewing the job description. To apply for the position, please complete an application and send it along with a cover letter and resume to

MTF News | April 25, 2017

Made to Flourish Hires Kevin Harlan as Vice President of Philanthropy

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas, April 25, 2017 — Made to Flourish, a national, membership-based network of pastors who are seeking the common good of their cities, announced the addition of Kevin Harlan as Vice President of Philanthropy. Harlan will join executive director Matt Rusten and president Tom Nelson on the executive team. In its first two […]

MTF News | February 24, 2017

Keep Up with Us on Twitter and Facebook!

by Matt Perman

Yesterday I mentioned our YouTube channel. Today I wanted to mention that if you don’t already follow us on social media, that is a great place where you can find great regular content from us and keep up with the conversation. Follow us on Twitter Like us on Facebook

MTF News | February 23, 2017

Visit Our Youtube Channel!

by Matt Perman

Many people may not be aware that we have a YouTube channel filled with great interviews and other videos on faith, work, and economics integration. Here are a few highlights: Work is Beautiful: The Florist’s Story. This is one of our most talked about videos, which is often shown at conferences. It is an inspiring […]

MTF News | February 22, 2017

Messages from Our Past Common Good Conferences

by Matt Perman

Now that registration is open for CG2017, let me point you to something related that may be of interest: the content from our prior CG conferences. CG2015 You can learn all about CG2015 by browsing the tabs for the conference archive on our site, and even see a few pictures. You will also see that […]

MTF News | February 18, 2017

Call for Papers for CG2017

by Luke Bobo

We accepting proposals for papers that address our CG2017 conference theme of churches for the common good. Our hope is to capture concrete expressions of local churches engaged in cultural renewal for the common good – either activities being done or opportunities being explored. To apply, please submit your proposal per the directions outlined in the request […]

MTF News | February 9, 2017

New Website for Discipleship with Monday in Mind

by Matt Perman

Our new ebook, Discipleship with Monday in Mind: How Churches Across the Country Are Helping Their People Connect Faith and Work, now has a new website where you can learn more about it.

MTF News | January 20, 2017

A New D.Min. in Faith, Work, Economics, and Vocation: A Chance to Go Much Deeper

by Mark D. Roberts

I am greatly encouraged by the growing interest among pastors in matters related to faith, work, economics, and vocation. Though we’ve got a long way to go in leading our churches to cross the Sunday/Monday divide, we’re making substantial progress. A study sponsored by Le Tourneau University found that, while in 2011 only 26% of […]

MTF News | December 22, 2016

Discipleship with Monday in Mind, Our New Ebook, is Now Available!

by MTF Staff

We have just released a new ebook! It is called Discipleship with Monday in Mind: How Churches Across the Country are Helping Their People Connect Faith and Work and is by Luke Bobo, our director of curriculum and resource development, and Skye Jethani, award-winning author, pastor, and speaker. In the book we feature over a dozen churches […]

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