O Say Can You Work: June 28 Newsletter

Newsletter / Produced by The High Calling
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For over two hundred years, citizens of the U.S. have celebrated our independence on The Fourth of July, as we will next Tuesday. We fly the flag; put up red, white, and blue decorations; march in parades; and enjoy picnics. Throughout all of our celebrations, we are reminded of the gift of our freedom as a nation. But the Fourth of July can help us remember, too, as this week’s authors remind us, that our highest loyalty is to the God who has given us the amazing freedom of his grace and love, which we live out every day in the high calling of our daily work.

Let Freedom Ring

From The High Calling

Today is the Fourth of July, and I'm remembering a moment two years ago when I stood outside a prison door. Read more

Astounding Freedom

From The High Calling

Ephesians 3:12 celebrates a freedom that is even more amazing than the freedoms guaranteed by the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. Read more

​Living Under the Power of God

From the Theology of Work Project

How could obeying the idolatrous, ruthless Roman emperor be a way of living in the Spirit? Paul’s answer is that God is sovereign over every earthly authority. Read more