New ebook, “Essays for the Common Good,” Now Available

As a nationwide network of churches, Made to Flourish hears incredible stories of local churches who are finding innovative ways to seek the common good of their cities and connecting faith with work and the economy.

Our new ebook, Essays for the Common Good: Nine Pastors and Churches Share How They Are Putting Ideas into Practice, is a compilation of essays representing nine pastors and churches whose experiences are as diverse as the contexts in which they serve. They are churches in large cities and churches in rural areas. They are churches with thousands of members and they are churches with small gatherings. But even with all the ways they are different, they each share a belief that the local church can act as a powerful agent of cultural renewal for the common good in their communities.

Get Essays for the Common Good on Kindle now.

Topics: City Engagement, Work and the Common Good

About the Author

Luke Bobo serves as director of resource and curriculum development at Made to Flourish. He worked for 15 years in the marketplace as an engineer before earning his M.Div. and Ph.D., eventually serving as the executive director of the Francis Schaeffer Institute at Covenant Seminary.