Author: Greg Forster

MLK on Work

To honor Martin Luther King’s contribution to the faith and work movement, we are reposting this article from our archives. It was originally part one of a series. Many in our movement have heard some version of Martin Luther King’s famous “street sweeper” illustration, which calls on workers to pursue excellence in their work and find dignity and meaning in…

Theologies of Public Life: Shared Space or Secular Space?

Fourth in a series. To quote G.K. Chesterton, “the following propositions have been urged”: That we lack an account of what makes a social space a “public” space That this gap helps explain our failure to theologize well the particular kinds of social spaces in which most people do most of their work (business, government, etc.) That it also helps explain…

Explaining that Strange Post

Those of you who subscribe to TGR via email just got a post that was meant for another blog, where I write about education research. Since it would have been a very offbeat post for TGR, and even contains some off-color language, I guess an explanation is in order. I just took over some administrative duties here at TGR and after…