The Centrality of Everyday Work
by Susan Fikse

By perpetuating a secular/sacred divide that elevates the “spiritual” work of Sunday over the “secular” work of the rest of the week, the church has, on occasion, reinforced a view that God doesn’t care about our work. At the same time, a movement within the church is spotlighting the centrality of work and promoting a Gospel-centered view of work as integral to our Christian faith.

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Main Street Greed
by Alan Dowd

What motivated most people on the Main Street end of the economic spectrum to use their mushrooming home equity as collateral to open huge lines of credit, buy products they couldn’t afford, and take on debt they couldn’t repay? The answer is greed, and it has nothing to do with Wall Street.

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How Do We Love a Broken World?
by Richard Doster

We are called to be signposts of the kingdom in a world where nothing seems to have metaphysical or moral weight — and yet it does, and that it does, it is ours to steward, with imagination, winsomeness, clarity, and determination.

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Everyday Evangelism
by Richard Doster

Listening, building trust and providing a safe place to be truthful.

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Work and Purpose
by Alan Dowd

If work is seen as a means to a greater end, then God can use it—and us—to do great things.

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