Our cities would be experientially rich and meaningful if the places and spaces within them were not impositions but responses to the rich culture of the people within them.Read More
Take a moment to read about Tina's journey in medicine and how she has lived into her conviction to be hands of hope and healing to underserved populations locally and to the ends of the Earth.Read More
Because it is also the way of things that 90% of Deaf children are born to hearing parents. Ninety percent. They do not share the same first language with their parents, but herein, in the midst of brokenness, the gospel enters in. Logevangelium...Read More
From working on a project to revolutionize medical care in rural Africa to day-to-day living on mission locally, Susanna Johnson shares her journey as she seeks to glorify God and love her neighbor through her vocation as an engineer.
Many who reflect on issues related to faith and work have become accustomed to describing God as a worker. We say that he’s the Great Architect who designed the world, the Great Artist who carefully crafted each leaf, and the Great Physician who heals our wounds. How often, though, have you heard him described as the Great Janitor?Read More
“No task is too small a vessel to hold the immense dignity of work given by God." – Tim Keller
The average adult will spend over 92,000 hours at work during the course of their lifetime, not to mention the many hours they will spend studying, doing domestic work, or participating in civic life.
How can we equip God’s people to engage in their work for the glory of God and the good of the their neighbors?
How can we affirm the many vocations and occupations that are represented in our communities?
This Surge lunch was designed to give you practical tools to empower every member of your church to contribute to God's mission through their day to day work.
If you couldn't make it or just want to listen to it again click on read more to listen to the audio recordings from January Surge Lunch.Read More