Legacy of Love – Part II
In honor of Black History Month, and every other month, may we sit under the teachers and leaders of African-American history—which is American history.
The High Calling
The High Calling is a production of the Theology of Work Project in partnership with the H. E. Butt Family Foundation. Here you'll discover a range of stories that help you think deeply about how your faith relates to your work and the culture you live in. Every day on this page you'll find a new devotional from Mark Roberts' Life For Leaders.
Guest Austin Channing Brown talks about faith, work and the invisible burden of being a black woman in the workplace.
We don't hear the language of calling very often in common speech anymore.
Somebody—probably a preacher—has said, "Don't put a period where God only puts a comma." ...
We can ask of every kind of work we doing, "Am I loving and serving my neighbor, or am I exploiting and tempting him?"
A frank conversation about faith, work, and culture with Ann Voskamp, author of One Thousand Gifts.
Each person and each person's job is important—in the high calling of our daily work.
Have you changed jobs or even your profession . . . more than once? You’re not alone.
When Jesus taught in his hometown, people said, "What's this wisdom that’s been given to him? Isn't this the...
In the 1920s, pastor Bates Burt didn't understand his son Alfred's fascination with new, unsettling jazz.. But he...
A man started to climb a high, steep mountain when a snake asked the man to carry him along. "But you're a snake," the...
Ever notice that problems tend to bother those people least who prepare the most?
Jazz lovers know about Dave Brubeck; his album Time Out is one of jazz history’s all-time best-sellers. But do they...
Remembering the life, work, and ministry of Howard E. Butt, Jr., who died Saturday, September 11, 2016.
For Christians, everything matters, because we believe that God is at work in our world...and in our lives.
Matt Barnes, Executive Director of Families Empowered, looks for leaders who excel both professionally and personally.
Kimberly Renner discusses honoring God through her construction work, by doing good work and treating people well.
Faith doesn't always provide us with a simple, five-step path to the job of our dreams. What it does provide us is the...
How can we think differently about the ways that our work impacts our communities?
We may be carrying something priceless without even realizing it!
Behind every successful person is a teacher, a coach, a mentor—someone who inspired, challenged, and instructed....