Posted by Marilyn Cole 3 months ago
This is the final part in a six-part series that will look at Kara Martin's book, 'Workship: How to use your work to worship God.' Kara Martin is the keynote speaker at EdComm's annual Integral Project Dinner on October 25.
‘Faith becomes deeply woven into the person you are at work, expressing itself in your thoughts, words, and activities, shining from the core of your identity’ (Martin, 2017, p.157).
There are many ways to build relationships in a workplace while contributing to the culture and climate. Mark Green from the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity has developed six M’s for how to integrate faith and work and Martin has turned these into the following questions.
Posted by Gail Staples 4 months ago
Has the art of respectfully discussing ideas been lost? This question was raised in the article Disagreeing Well, written by Stephen Kinsella, that discussed four foundational attitudes: the first three - listen well, maintain an open mind, and respect the person – apply to schools in general; the fourth - give reason for the hope you have – has particular application for discussion about the Christian faith.
Posted by George Glanville 3 years ago
Reading Tim Keller's Every Good Endeavour is enough to get you up in the morning with a spring in your step.
Posted by Bryan Cowling 3 years ago
I have read a very helpful book titled History through the Eyes of Faith edited by Ronald A Wells, Professor of History at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and published...
Posted by John Dickson 3 years ago
A framework for thinking about enhancing the positive influence of Christianity in an Anglican schoolBy John Dickson, 2014 Introduction: What is a Christian Anglican School? This paper offers a framework...