Resources on Faith And Work

“Our kids need to go in the ministry. People are dying and going to Hell. Let the world provide the doctors and lawyers and carpenters. We need laborers in the field.” This was the message I heard, growing up, over... Continue...

Russell Moore sits down with United States Senator Ben Sasse to discuss parenting, work, and Sasse's new book, "The Vanishing American Adult." Sasse talks about some of the challenges of raising kids in a culture where perpetual adolescence is encouraged, and shares... Continue...

JT: How were the arts viewed during the Reformation? And how can certain biblical truths that flow out of the Reformation (i.e. the solas) influence an artist’s work? MC: The best word to describe the relationship between the arts and... Continue...

I love getting things done. I feel accomplished checking off boxes on my to-do list. I’m satisfied with finishing even small tasks, like washing a few dishes in the sink. There’s something gratifying about laying my head on my pillow,... Continue...

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You are not what you do.   So often, in America, we define who we are by what we do. We introduce ourselves by our job titles. We ask, “What do you do?” to be polite in small talk. We... Continue...

Free downloadable bulletin insert for use by your church on the topic if work. Continue...

Greg Gilbert and Sebastian Traeger, the authors of The Gospel at Work, explain that the daily job undertaken by a Christian is an integral part of that believer's discipleship with Christ. Continue...

Mark Mellinger, Wane-TV news anchor, gives his perspective on working in the mainstream media as a Christian. Mellinger is also a contributor for The Gospel Coalition and appears on the Bott Radio Network. Continue...