Tag: curriculum

Book Review: Reintegrate Your Vocation With God’s Mission

I am excited today to review a resource that not only promotes the integration of faith and work, but provides an opportunity for learners to think very practically about their faith along with the activities of their life. Don’t just take my word for it; check out my friend Amy Sherman’s review of Reintegrate here. Bob Robinson is the author of…

An Update on The Call to Work

We recently received an email from The Call to Work (TC2W), a combination of a course and leadership training focusing on applying faith to everyday work. (We profiled Tracy Mathews, the person behind the course, in February.) Tracy reports: We’ve started road testing the course content and the initial feedback has been encouraging. One of the main goals for the…

Catching Up With Ken Barnes

A few weeks ago we reprinted a post from the Oikonomia Network by Ken Barnes about the beginning of his tenure at the Mockler Center at Gordon-Conwell. We caught up with him recently for more details.  TGR: How are things going since you wrote that article for ON?  KB: Things continue to move along. I’m very happy with the growth of the Ockenga Fellows program and the center itself. Our primary goal…

God’s Story of Work for Kids: Teaching Children to Think Wisely and Well About Work

A review of God’s Story of Work for Kids, a theology of work curriculum by Helen C. Kim Dr. Helen Kim has been involved in children’s ministry as a church staff professional and a volunteer for over 12 years. During that time, she’s never once come across a Sunday School curriculum on work. That might sound understandable given that little…