Category: Diversity

The Faith-Work Gap for Professional Women

Things you need to do soon: Read Katelyn Beaty’s excellent article, “The Faith-Work Gap for Professional Women,” at Christianity Today.  She references a new Barna survey which notes “that evangelicals—while generally supportive of working women—were the group least likely to support them compared with all Americans,” and she outlines several possible reasons why. Sign up for a free digital copy of “Change…

Thinking and Rethinking Work: Spotlight on Grand Rapids Theological Seminary

By Darrell Yoder; reprinted from the Oikonomia Network newsletter At Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, we are nearing completion of two multi-year projects related to the work of the Oikonomia Network. These two projects have focused on helping students and local pastors develop a biblical theology of work and to pursue faithful approaches to economics and poverty. Local Pastors and Churches…

Why Are You Asking a Theologian What Lawyers Should Do? An Interview With Alistair Mackenzie

Alistair Mackenzie is a Teaching Fellow at Laidlaw College – Christchurch, New Zealand and has also worked part-time with the Theology of Work Project.  He is the author of Where’s God on Monday?, SoulPurpose: Making a Difference in Life and Work and Just Decisions: Christians Ethics Go to Work, and the founding director of Faith at Work (NZ). As part…