Work & Calling

 
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DWGL: Do what God loves

DWGL: Do what God loves

By Marvin Olasky
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Work & Calling | “Do what you love” may be a self-destructive impulse, but the opposite—“Do what pays you”—is not the only alternative. Miya Tokumitsu, who holds a…

Working with ink-stained hands

By Johanna Willett
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Labor Day | Beth Schaible started her printing studio with a rusting printing press and a longing to make beautiful things

Trading crops for education

By Rob Holmes
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Labor Day | Koussingé Luc grows and sells manioc, a Chadian staple, to help finance a school for 250 girls

The joy of competition

By Kaitlyn Speer
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Labor Day | Brewer Mike Rangel appreciates bigger operations moving into his territory because they keep him on his toes

Chadian cheese whiz

By Rob Holmes
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Labor Day | Akhayé Khalil turned a cottage industry into a nationally renowned business

The humane exterminator

By Sarah Taddeo
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Labor Day | Tyrone Phillips loves people and animals as he works to keep them apart

A driving success

By Rob Holmes
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Labor Day | Go Kam Abisi drives a taxi in Yaoundé, Cameroon, praising God with every mile for providing for his family

Arenas of service

Arenas of service

By Gene Edward Veith
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Work & Calling | A return to Luther's doctrine of vocation would mean a return to God's priorities for our lives-and a return to being more effective salt and light in the…

Finding his calling

Finding his calling

By Ryan Messmore
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Work & Calling | A Dallas drug dealer becomes a force for good in his family and community

Work by the book

By Marvin Olasky
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Work & Calling | Two books and two websites help Christians to think through how their work is a part of their calling

Labor Day

Labor Day

By Marvin Olasky
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Work & Calling | A summer trip to baseball games across the country provides lessons in how most believers pursue 'full-time Christian service'

Four questions about calling

By The Editors
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Work & Calling | Christians must fight dualism, stereotypes, and what we may tell ourselves when we wake up in the morning

 
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