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Watch Webinar Recording Now: Designing Your Work Life

Watch the Webinar Now: This webinar was presented by Fuller’s De Pree Center and recorded on Thursday, May 27, 2020 at 10:00AM (PSD) via…

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An Opportunity to Rethink Faith and Work

*This post is part of De Pree Center’s Finding Our Bearings in a Crashing Economy series.  Dr. Denise Daniels and Dr. Elaine Howard Ecklund…

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Care and Curiosity in Chaos

*This post is part of De Pree Center’s Finding Our Bearings in a Crashing Economy series.  Today’s dialogue is with Lisa Slayton, who is…

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Stewarding Power in a Pandemic

*This post is part of De Pree Center’s Finding Our Bearings in a Crashing Economy series.  Today’s dialogue is with Dr. Denise Daniels and…

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Leading for Diversity and Inclusion

James 2:8-9, “If you really keep the royal law found in Scripture, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself,’ you are doing right. But if you…

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Making Grace Functional in The Workplace

Proverbs 25:11 “A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of silver.” The question that underlies my work is one…

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Lost Art of Community: Welcome One Another

Romans 15:7, “Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.” What would it be like if you’d…

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Esther: The Activist

Out of the tribe of Benjamin, forcefully living under the empire of Babylon, there was a certain young woman. She was not your average…

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Lydia: The Innovator

When I think of Lydia in Acts 16:6-15, I often picture her as a hard-working Nicaraguan woman. Driving with my parents through the Nicaraguan…

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Below the Glass Ceiling

I have a weird super power. I don’t like it, but I sometimes disappear. It’s not like a magic trick with stage lights and…

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Where Do You Find Your Value?

Born with cerebral palsy, I am a disabled woman with serious shame about my inability to work and be a productive member of society….

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The Wilderness of Entrepreneurship and the Joy of Creating

I remember when I made my first batch of lotion. My hands made their own creative sound. I was excited and amazed at myself…

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Disability and Work

“I have all this wisdom, knowledge, and skill—but I can’t use it.” This was the first thing Louis Jones said to me when we…

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Sparrow Hopes: God’s Provision in the World of Freelancing

“Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear….

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Mary: The Risk-Taker

Mothers know what sacrifice means. No one else in 
this world is asked to give of themselves more wholly to another person than a…

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