In Argentina, rather than a change of government or political direction, we need a cultural change.
In an interview, author and cultural analyst Dan Strange says Christians need to speak more about their faith: “All the things now valued in our post-Christian world have Christian origins, even when these have been distorted”.
An interview with the British theologian and cultural analyst about the cultural moment in Europe and the role of Christians in society.
Vasile Safta, an evangelical, is the helper of a crew that won the competition four years in a row: “Through situations like this I can reflect my love for God”.
Female emancipation and the need to strengthen the economy are the arguments for the Dutch government to scale back the traditional workplace flexibility. Two Christian women explain why it might not be a good idea.
They gathered for the 11th Spanish national meeting to encourage each other to be professionals with a mission perspective.
Write down what you love, what you are good at, what the world needs, and what maybe you could be rewarded for.
A trade unionist, a business owner, and a theology of work expert analyse how to deal with the challenges of labour relations from a biblical perspective.
How does the biblical Christian worldview actually fit into the complex area of labour relations between employers and workers? A trade unionist, a business owner, and a theology of work expert respond.
José Manuel is a businessman who saw a radical change in his life when he met Jesus Christ. Here he shares his story.
As millions of young people are quitting their jobs to change their lifestyles, Christians engaged in workplace discipleship are reminding that "work done for God is an act of worship".
Data published by the National Council of Evangelicals in France (CNEF) paints a picture about how French Christians see their workplace.
The mentorship programme Cross-Current has conducted a study among 350 Christian graduates over the past four years. Many have “a strong desire to apply biblical integrity and virtues to their work” but they face “real challenges”.
A new whole-life worship song to the tune of the hymn ‘Abide With Me’ “inspires to see our daily tasks through God’s eyes”, says the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
To act justly is to pay fair wages, and also to pay workers in a fair manner.
The seed has the capacity to be stored and kept for a long time. However, if we decide to plant it, the event becomes a process.
The biblical work ethics clashes with a system that, according to the International Labour Organization, “experiences a lack of material well-being, economic security, equal opportunities or scope for human development”.
Photos of the Lausanne Movement Global Workplace Forum, celebrated in Manila.
Almost 900 people from 110 countries attended the Global Workplace Forum. The Lausanne Movement dreams about a “great movement of God through believers in their workplace”.
850 from 108 countries met for the Global Workplace Forum, June 25-29. The gathering was organised by the Lausanne Movement. “Every workplace is a place of ministry”.
“The marketplace is the perfect place to build community and to show people who Jesus is, as well as having a positive social and economic impact”, says Mark Plummer.
Surveys show that integrity is highly sought after in many workplaces but few can confidently define it.
We are tempted to make our vocations a salvation project; to justify our souls with grand deeds.
God has given a certain dignity to work, making it something that we cannot live without. However, if we look to our work to find meaning in life, we will end up with an empty heart.
The Swiss-Spanish artist and Evangelical Focus author speaks about how he relates work and faith.