Working on who we are.

A guest post by Jeff Arnold. I have a love-hate relationship with my career. I love the work, but hate to be part of an industry that has been dying a slow, painful death for years. When people ask what I do, I can’t get the word sportswriter out of my mouth fast enough. My […]

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Doing God’s work.

A guest post by Jeff Arnold. In the beginning, there was work. The concept seems simple. In the beginning, God worked. He created work for us to enjoy. But somewhere along the way, work went from being divinely created to manually distorted. In a perfect world, Tim Keller writes in his book Every Good Endeavor, […]

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Asking the right question.

A guest post by Aaron Charles. Have you ever felt stuck? You’re constantly plugging away, yet the whole time you’re longing for something more. You want to find your calling. We’ve all felt that way from time to time, I think. In The Art of Work, author Jeff Goins gets to the root of the […]

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Listening for Calling

A guest post by Aaron Charles. You love stories. You know how I know that? Because we all love stories. From fairy tales to that yarn your grandma spins every time you see her, stories captivate us. Many of us have something else in common too. It’s a question we’ve grappled with for so long. […]

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Starting the work week.

As a hospital chaplain, I often walk into to rooms of pain or uncertainty or waiting. I offer presence. I offer ears. Sometimes I offer conversation or counsel. And sometimes I say, “Would it be okay if I pray?” You may think that I should always ask that last question. Perhaps you are right. But […]

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