Category: 2016 Redeeming Work: Living Wholly within God’s Reign

Presentation: A Tale of Two Congregations, Part One

Posted by Inagrace Dietterich What might be some creative ways in which the church itself can become the locus for imagining and creating good work, and perhaps especially for the neighborhood in which it finds itself? This post and the

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A Tale of Two Freedoms

Posted by Inagrace Dietterich What might it look like to use our freedom to live more and more into God’s economy? What implications might this have for our daily work? How might this shift the way we think about work

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A Tale of Two Economies, Part Two

Posted by Inagrace Dietterich GOD’S ECONOMY.  Continuing from the last post, we are now comparing and contrasting two different “economies” broadly understood. For many of us, simply hearing the phrase “God’s economy” might strike us as odd. When we hear

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A Tale of Two Economies, Part One

Posted by Inagrace Dieterrich We now turn to comparing and contrasting two different “economies” (broadly understood). One economy, which we might call our regular, everyday economy, is grounded in such fundamental practices as earning, owning, securing, and protecting. The other,

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A Tale of Two Ends

Posted by Inagrace Dieterrich Over the next few months the Center Blog will share the presentations of Dr. Phil Kenneson in the 2016 missional church convocation held in the Chicago area on the topic of “Redeeming Work.” To begin the

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