Allie Gray, Chocolatier, FINALIST in the Jubilee 2014 Video ContestVideo / Produced by The High Calling
"What if I made chocolate the way it is supposed to be made? Rich. Satisfying. Fair. And better yet – uplifting. This chocolate could be uplifting those who farm the cocoa beans… I brought my dream to a friend who is studying to be a pastry chef, and she seems to be the other piece to this very exciting puzzle. She could physically create the product while I am the business behind it."
Dylan Weston, Ranch Hand and Wrangler, WINNER of the Jubilee 2014 Video Contest!Video
"The more I study, the more I realize that ministry and discipleship doesn’t lead us ALL into...
Jubilee: “When Work Is Communion” - Joanne VoVideo
"After eight years of continual losses, my team thought they were a bunch of losers. As producer, I had to show them...
Excellence At Work (Devotional)Devotional
Joseph's story shows us how to work with God as our source of excellence.
Career and Vocation
Career and Vocation
Jesus' Love at Work (Free Devotional)
The demands, pressures and stress of work can put a huge strain on relationships with our coworkers. This 4-day plan from Theology of Work Project and Workmatters provides simple steps you can take to be more loving to your coworkers that will transform those relationships and increase both joy and productivity at work.
Contributors: Allie Gray
Published by The High Calling, March 1, 2014. Image by The High Calling . Used by permission.
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