Category: Vocation-Specific Resources

We Have a Mandate to Act

Arleen Westerhof initiated the European Economic Summit. Since 2014, Christians active in the area of business, economics, and policymaking have gathered yearly in Amsterdam. Before starting the EES, Arleen prayed fervently for influential Christians to rise up. She now witnesses answers to these prayers: “I see skilled and anointed followers of Jesus Christ all around the globe involved in social…

Book Review: First, Break All the Rules

By Debra J. Dean Buckingham and Coffman’s classic book First, Break All the Rules (1999) is inspiring, insightful, and encouraging, and their common sense approach to finding the answer to what makes a great manager is brilliant. Their findings confirmed that not all great managers use the same leadership style, nor do they all adhere to conventional wisdom. This book…

Honoring God in Commercial Real Estate

Note: This is the first of a set of vocation-specific interviews that the Center for Faith and Work at LeTourneau University is planning. We hope to spotlight each one for you here as they are released. By Bill Peel Getting a bird’s-eye view of parcels of land is an important part of real estate development. It’s also a reminder of…

“She Is”: New Curriculum on Vocation

By Paul Matsushima “She Is…Biblical Reflections on Vocation” is a workbook designed to help people engage questions of vocation through the stories of various biblical women. Each of these women – Lydia, Esther, the Proverbs 31 Woman, Mary, Abigail, and Ruth – demonstrates a faithfulness to God, as God calls them in particular and encouraging ways. This workbook contains a collection of…

Faith and Work Videos from Fuller Studio and the DePree Center

What opportunities emerge when faith and work intersect? How does vulnerability change the way we understand the workplace? Industry leaders, CEOs, and trustees from the Fuller community reflect on evolving opportunities at the intersection of faith and the workplace.

For more in this series, check out Fuller Studio’s Faith and Work playlist. Our recent interview with Mark Roberts of the DePree Center is here.

 

When the Imago Dei Defines a Business Culture

Barry-Wehmiller is a multimillion dollar global engineering/manufacturing company you’ve probably never heard of and yet “touch” multiple times each week. Close to 95% of all the cardboard used in the U.S. is made on a BW machine (that’s virtually every cereal box at your grocery store). 80% of the world’s medicines pass through a BW-engineered centrifuge. BW holds the patent…