Faith and Work | Terry Looper On Discipleship in the Workplace, originally hosted on the Faith and Work series on FULLER Studios. Terry Looper, CEO and founder of Texon, reflects on workplace practices that help him life out his faith—including a test based on the fruits of the spirit. He is interviewed by Mark Roberts, executive director … Read More
Faith and Work | Terry Looper On Dying to Self, originally hosted on the Faith and Work series on FULLER Studios. Terry Looper, CEO and Founder of Texon, reflects on dying to self and making Jesus the CEO to develop healthy workplace culture. He is interviewed by Tod Bolsinger, Vice President and Chief of Leadership Formation.
Originally published at Made to Flourish. These three phrases — reconciliation, economic wisdom, and the church — belong together. Why? Let’s begin with a definition of reconciliation. Brenda Salter McNeil’s book, Roadmap to Reconciliation: Moving Communities into Unity, Wholeness and Justice, helps us. McNeil, featured as one of the 50 most influential women to watch by Christianity … Read More
I had the good fortune to work for a CEO who was an incredible leader. I count myself privileged to have worked for such an exceptional person. He had a vision for the direction of our organization and took timely, tangible steps to achieve that vision. My CEO understood the value of a strategic plan, … Read More
Max De Pree has been a defining mentor in my life. I first became aware of Max when I was a young administrator and he was Chairman of the Board at the institution where I worked. As I assumed leadership responsibilities, I was vulnerably aware of my lack of preparation. So I applied for a Kellogg … Read More
We are pleased to announce that Michaela O’Donnell Long is the new Senior Director of Fuller’s Max De Pree Center for Leadership. In this role, Michaela will provide strategic leadership, oversight, and management of De Pree Center programs and personnel, so that the center may do excellent work in fulfillment of its mission and so … Read More
In the year 2000 the richest 10% of the world’s population owned 85% of global assets.* Today, more than one billion people live on less than $1 a day.* When I first heard these numbers, I felt compelled to do something. I felt that for-profit companies should share responsibility for changing these realities. During 2011, … Read More
By Kate Harris If all work is indeed God’s work, then it is a deep grace that even the work we do out of a place of pain, or insecurity, or constraint, is still work that he can use and redeem for good purposes. Learning to see the value in limitation and constraint has been … Read More
By Kate Harris Vocation is a wonderfully broad and encompassing word. In contrast to how we normally think about calling, as something having to do with our career or professional work, instead I find tremendous grace and reassurance in the more biblical understanding of vocation that helps us see all work as God’s work. Etymologically, … Read More
Originally written on September 17, 2013. It is hard to find a well articulated theology of work – especially work involving entrepreneurial and other commercial vocations. Shortly before his death in 2008, Catholic scholar William J. Toth wrote an extraordinary theological examination  of the entrepreneurial vocation that addresses this shortcoming. Toth uses Catholic social … Read More
Sermon preached by Mark D. Roberts on April 29, 2018, at La Canada Presbyterian Church. Originally posted on La Canada PC.