Tag: Redeeming Work

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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Work in the Spirit

This post offers some initial reflection on the contributions of Miroslav Volf. He identifies the wide-ranging significance and implications of work, declaring it is “the basis of individual human life and all human history.” Volf seeks to develop a broad

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Working with “stuff” in A God-Centered World

Join this conversation on the theology and practice of ‘daily work.’  Leave a comment as you read, and continue the conversation at the missional church convocation in Chicago area, July 21-23, 2016, Dr. Phil Kenneson keynote speaker. Living and working within a

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Working within a God-centered World

The world is God’s good creation but I think most would agree the quality of life within God’s world is not as God intended. Join this conversation on the theology and practice of ‘daily work.’  Leave a comment as you

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The Daily Life of Work within the New Testament

Is work a blessing or a bane? Is it a duty or a privilege? Do we work to live, or live to work? Join this conversation on the theology and practice of ‘daily work’ from the angle of God’s mission

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