blog header As Christians, we talk about sharing a common “world view”. That sounds great in theory, but putting it into practice can be tough. We’ve selected bloggers that “connect the dots” between Biblical wisdom for work, and the tough realities of the working world. Enjoy our current posts, and explore the archives here as well.

Recent Posts

Your body is a temple

“Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies’”

Here am I. Send me!

As a young believer, I remember packing into a convention center with thousands of other teens and being told the story of Isaiah – a prophet and a beacon of what it means to be bold and active in faith.

Water cooler disciplemaking

Who has God called to “be with” you by virtue of where are in the Marketplace? Who has God called you to “be with”—or perhaps more specifically—to “be with” you for a season in your marketplace life?

Even the rocks cry out

A week before Jesus was killed, He entered Jerusalem on a donkey. The crowd was praising Jesus as the “king who comes in the name of the Lord” (Luke 19:38), and aggravated Pharisees told Jesus to “rebuke” His disciples (Luke 19:39). Jesus responded that even if the people were quiet, the rocks would “cry out” (Luke 19:40).

Are You Pouring Into Others?

Louie and I have been celebrating being together for ten years. WOW!! I realize we’ve learned so much from each other, but that doesn’t mean I’ve forgotten how tough it was in the beginning.

Real Reason for All Green Lights

It wasn’t really that far. I was going to visit a friend about 25 miles away, and was expecting the trip to take maybe 40 – 45 minutes due to the number of traffic lights between my home and my destination.

There’s No Whining In Dog Walking! The power of vulnerability

It has been a little over eleven years, and Louie still has one very annoying habit while we walk—he whines! Not constantly—just when we exit the garage, when we see one of his buddies (considering his excellent eyesight and keen sense of smell, that buddy could be down the street, around the bend, and over the hill), or when an alpha male is in the area—and there are a lot of those around.

Autumn Lesson

The first crisp morning rolls in, and the sounds of leaves landing on the ground began. The soft flutters of a few leaves gave way to the building clatter of hundreds of leaves releasing their hold on spindly attachments to the trees as winds picked up.