US National Workplace Ministry Partners

The mission of 4word is to connect, lead, and support women in the workplace to achieve their God-given potential. Women in the workplace will see their faith as their foundation, their relationships as their priority, and their work as the place where God has divinely gifted them to serve, so they may impact the world eternally.

As the Internet's largest Christian website, Bible Gateway seeks to equip people to read and understand the Bible, wherever they are. Celebrating more than 20 years online, Bible Gateway offers free access to the Bible in more than 200 different translations and more than 70 languages. Bible Gateway's website and app are visited by more than 18 million unique users per month. The company is part of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc.

The Call to Work Course is a 10 session workshop-based experience teaching participants to attune to God’s presence and guidance as they approach their hour-by-hour situations of work and life.

A leading resource for Christian goods, Christian Book Distributors provides an enormous selection at excellent value. Christian Book Distributors hosts the e-commerce store for the Theology of Work Project.

Centered creates videos that capture the stories and life lessons of Jesus-centered leaders who are living out the life of Jesus in their everyday of work. These videos inspire and equip others to do the same.

Faithlife uses technology to equip the church to grow in the light of the Bible. Faithlife's Logos Bible Software publishes the TOW Bible Commentary as a downloadable product.

The Green Room publishes interviews with faith and work leaders, reviews of new and classic resources, and thoughtful commentary on the state of the faith and work movement.

The mission of the The H. E. Butt Foundation is the renewal of society through the renewal of the Church; Church renewal through the renewal of the family; and family renewal through renewed individuals. The core purpose of each program is to create opportunities for people to encounter God for the transformation of daily life, work, and our world.

Hendrickson Publishers has a strong history of producing outstanding academic, trade, and reference books at a reasonable price. Hendrickson Publishers distributes the print form of the TOW Bible Commentary and The Bible and Your Work Study Series.

InterVarsity Graduate & Faculty Ministry serves graduate students and faculty at US universities and colleges. InterVarsity MBA Ministry develops communities of high impact leaders who transform their schools, their business communities, and our world at large to flourish in the name of Jesus Christ.

Made to Flourish equips pastors with the resources and relationships needed to help people connect their faith with their life's work.

Made to Matter publishes devotionals, free Bible studies, and daily scripture readings that teach people working in and out of the home that the Bible is a practical and understandable guide to all aspects of life.

For 38 years the National Center for the Laity has been helping lay Catholics respond to the Second Vatican Council's call to them to change the world through their daily activities and regular responsibilities. Read their blog at The Working Catholic.

The mission of the National Faith & Work Association is to build, nurture, and sustain a broad, inclusive network of Christian ministries, churches, organizations, companies and individuals in the US dedicated to impacting the workplace and marketplace to the glory of God.


Public Reading of Scripture is an organization which brings the church back to the Biblical practice of reading and listening to the Bible together in community. They facilitate the practice of reading the Bible in community, on a regular basis, for extended periods of time. See more about them at their website, including reading plans and an app to assist the public reading of Scripture.

The Redeemer Center for Faith and Work exists to explore and investigate the gospel’s unique power to renew hearts, communities, and the world, in and through our day-to-day work.

RightNow Media @ Work is like the "Netflix of Video Studies and Leadership Development" for Christian-owned businesses. With over 5,000 training videos, bible studies, conference sessions, and kids videos, business owners are able to equip every employee and their families with access to help them care for their team, develop leaders and connect their faith and work.

Small Business School, a weekly, half-hour television series on PBS-TV throughout the USA and Voice of America-TV around the world (1994-2012), focused on people who were loved in their communities for their generosity of spirit and respected in their industry for their leadership and mentoring. Hattie Bryant and Bruce Camber, the founders, continue their work to understand how these people are living fully all the way to the end.

The purpose of The Faith and Work Summit is to gather active participants and leaders in the Faith at Work Movement from every industry sector to learn from each other and work together to extend Christ's transforming presence in workplaces around the world.

The Grace and Mercy Foundation believes in supporting those who are under-served, especially the poor and marginalized, by investing in organizations and equipping leaders with resources they need to thrive.

Vocational offers resources to learn ways you can steward your talents to advance God's Kingdom.

Workmatters equips people to pursue God’s purpose for their work through an annual conference, with acclaimed leadership voices with global perspective, the Workmatters Institute, a faith and leadership development program for early-career professionals, and resources, including small group curriculum, on-demand video-based studies, and devotions covering all aspects of the marketplace. Workmatters’ vision is to equip 1,000,000 leaders of faith in 10,000 companies by 2025.

YouVersion is a simple, ad-free Bible for phone, tablet, and computer that brings God's Word into anyone's daily life.

International Workplace Ministry Partners

Called to Work

The vision of Called to Work is to edify and expand the kingdom of God around the world by equipping and mobilizing working Christians to be Spirit-filled ambassadors for Christ in their everyday lives.

MAC Channels is a public online platform dedicated to marketplace ministry, featuring short talks and reflective articles. The mission of MAC is to establish a marketplace network, to enact the marketplace mission, and to promote the marketplace movement.

Ethos is the EA Centre for Christianity and Society, combining two Australian national Christian organisations: Zadok Institute for Christianity and Society and the Australian Evangelical Alliance’s Department of Public Theology. Ethos goes beyond an ethics of dilemmas, decisions and doing to one of character, culture and community, centred in Jesus Christ, equipping Christians for their public and professional lives.

The mission of Hong Kong Professional & Educational Services is to equip and support Christians through integrated resources and models to identify calling, to integrate faith, to effectively practice Bible teachings, to demonstrate Christian values in the workplace.

The Lausanne Marketplace Ministry assists the church in equipping the scattered people of God for the advancement of God’s kingdom in and through the world of work, by means of: thought leadership, strategic direction, educational and formational initiatives, resource development, and global, regional, and local partnerships.

The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity serves Christians with biblical frameworks, practical resources, training and models so that they flourish as followers of Jesus and grow as whole-life disciple-making communities. LICC believes the UK will be transformed when the church envisions and equips ordinary people to make a difference wherever they are.


Proyecto Nehemías is a non-profit Christian ministry that produces professional, high-quality Spanish-language versions of the English-language content of other Christian ministries and publishers.

TheWorkZone is a weekly audio show streaming live from Pietermaritzburg. Join Clint Le Bruyns and #TheWorkZone crew to discuss issues of work, society, and faith.

Partners in Academia

The Bethel Seminary's Work with Purpose initiative exists to help the church come to an integrated, kingdom vision of work, vocation, and economics, by hosting reading groups, student idea grants, faculty idea grants, and seminary courses at Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, MN.

Biola University Talbot School of Theology is a theologically conservative, evangelical seminary in Southern California. With over a 60-year heritage of biblical fidelity, the seminary couples solid evangelical scholarship with intentional character development to prepare students for a lifetime of relevant, effective ministry.

The Max De Pree Center for Leadership at Fuller Seminary engages Christians in the church & marketplace to flourish in life & leadership through the integration of faith & work.

The mission of the Mockler Center for Faith & Ethics in the Workplace at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is to explore and promote biblical Christian ethics, values, and insights for today's workplaces -- and to bring helpful insights and experiences from workplace laity to the church and its leadership. The Mockler Center pursues this mission through seminars and conferences and through seminary courses and programs.

The school of theology at Laidlaw College in New Zealand offers a range of programmes from certificate to postgraduate level - rich in practical experience and in-depth knowledge designed to equip students with a faith as intelligent as it is courageous.

LeTourneau University established the Center for Faith & Work to revolutionize the way Christians think about work and to help them experience Christ's transforming presence and power in every workplace in every nation. The Center for Faith & Work revolutionizes the way people see their work: 1) In Workplaces through live workshops and online resources that inspire and arm Christians with wisdom to live out their faith at work. 2) In Churches through proven resources that help pastors equip and deploy Christians to their workplace mission field and extend God's kingdom influence. 3) On Campus through exceptional co-curricular programs that help students define their calling and develop a vision for serving Christ in their work.

The Center for Integrity in Business at Seattle Pacific University tackles head-on the real-life challenges faced by business leaders. Drawing on theological and management scholarship, we seek transformation by creating tools, resources, and learning communities that enable businesspeople to lead with greater integrity for shaping a more just and flourishing world. Our online magazine Ethix provides illustrations of business ethics challenges through positive examples of best practices and exemplary leadership.

The Work and Faith Collection at the Seattle Pacific University Library explores the theological and practical application of the intersection of the Christian faith in the workplace. Comprised of over 1600 books, DVDs, and pamphlets, the collection covers topics such as Christian ethics as it relates to business and professional life, the theology of work, vocation and calling, faith economics and business, and faith and the professions. The core of the collection was originally owned by Pete Hammond, who was vice-president-at-large for InterVarsity. A fund for further development of the collection was endowed to honor the lives of Pete and Shirley Hammond and their service as champions for the ministry-in-daily-life movement.

The Oikonomia Network is a learning community of theological educators and evangelical seminaries helping pastors equip people for whole-life discipleship, fruitful work and economic wisdom. Its name is derived from the Greek term used in the New Testament to refer to discipleship responsibilities ("stewardship") and also the management of business and the city's public treasury ("economics"). This name embodies the conviction that discipleship to Christ leads us to value human flourishing and work to serve the common good of all our communities. The network affects classes with attendance of over 4,000 students and extracurricular activities with attendance of over 16,000 students annually (learn more about what our partner schools are doing to transform theological education).

The vision of the Theology and Development Programme is the increased capacity of Christian leadership in Africa to reflect on and be engaged in social transformation for the public good. The Theology and Development Programme is located within the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) on the Pietermaritzburg campus. Established in the mid-1990s, it offers an exciting Postgraduate programme that draws students from around the world, but especially throughout the African continent, to reflect on issues of social transformation from a Christian theological perspective.

Partners in Local Communities

At Work On Purpose

Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, At Work on Purpose is the largest city-wide marketplace ministry in the U.S. The ministry guides working Christians, the local church, and ministry networks to mobilize the work world for Christ. Services include equipping in faith at work, connections to Christian communities in the workplace, and marketplace leadership for city reaching initiatives.

Denver Institute for Faith & Work is an educational nonprofit based in Denver, Colorado, offering theological education on issues of work, calling and culture. Our goal is to provide a deeper understanding of our work and professions in light of the Christian faith, and to use that knowledge to better serve our organizations, communities and professions. To this end we run a rigorous and selective leadership program for full-time professionals in Denver, events and forums, vocation groups, and partnerships with local churches.

Flourish San Diego believes that the kind of discipleship that will lead people to follow Jesus into his work of renewing and restoring humanity and creation is one that must embrace a robust understanding of calling, vocation, and work. Toward this end, Flourish San Diego works to catalyze a network of churches, called The Flourish San Diego Collective, in San Diego that can continually learn and collaborate in the kingdom work of renewing culture and flourishing our city. Through the Flourish Collective Academy, they are developing the missiological chops, the theological conviction, and the pastoral practices to lead congregations that seek the common good of the city.

KIROS is an organization that equips Christian business people in making a deeper connection between faith and work. Our goal is transformation in our business communities. Join us at our monthly breakfast meetings, small groups, and other places of connection in Seattle, Bellevue, and Tacoma.

Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation has been working for more than 35 years to impact thousands of leaders and hundreds of organizations to seek the peace and prosperity of the city.

Teen Challenge Southern California provides youth and adults a faith-based solution to life-controlling problems such as drug and alcohol addiction. Programs include an 8-week prison-to-work program co-written by the Theology of Work Project.