May 27, 2015
May 22, 2015
Has FLOW Changed Your Perspective? Share Your Story!
Have you been inspired and influenced by the Acton Institute’s film series, For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles? What have you learned? How has it changed your perspective on work, culture, and whole-life discipleship? Continue Reading...
May 20, 2015
What ‘The Profit’ teaches us about ethics and enterprise
I’ve written before on how television can be a powerful tool for illuminating the deeper significance of daily work and the beauties of basic trade and enterprise. Shows like Dirty Jobs, Shark Tank, Undercover Boss, and Restaurant Impossible have used the medium to this end, and today at The Federalist, I review a new contender in the mix. Continue Reading...
May 15, 2015
Tim Keller on How Churches Can Form Fully Christian Workers
May 05, 2015
Workers and Laborers or Kings and Priests?
April 28, 2015
Chalk Art For The Life of the World
In his review of the Acton Institute’s film series, For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles, Andy Crouch noted its artistic merits, observing how well it conveyed “deeply Christian themes in widely accessible ways.” Continue Reading...
April 22, 2015
What a Teen with Down Syndrome Can Teach Us About the Joy of Work
April 21, 2015
Jayabalan: Upcoming Encyclical On Environment May Not Be Helpful
April 21, 2015
The Calling of the Christian Scholar
In the latest issue of Themelios, Robert Covolo reviews Abraham Kuyper’s newly translated Scholarship alongside Richard Mouw’s Called to the Life of the Mind, examining the common traits that emerge from two perspectives on scholarship from the “Kuyperian strain.” Continue Reading...
April 15, 2015