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Matthew Kaemingk

Reverend & Doctor


Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk has been writing and speaking on faith, work, and ministry for over a decade. He is the Richard John Mouw Assistant Professor of Faith and Public Life at Fuller Theological Seminary where he also serves as the Director of the Richard John Mouw Institute of Faith and Public Life. His current book project Work and Worship aims to equip both pastors and professionals with the theological resources and spiritual practices they need to reconnect their Sundays and Mondays in deep and meaningful ways.

Previously Matthew served as the founding director of an innovative faith and work discipleship program in Seattle, WA. The initiative provided whole churches with a transformative vocational education on career and calling. Matthew’s academic training is in public theology and ethics. He earned his MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary​ and doctoral degrees in theology, ethics, and culture from​ Fuller Theological Seminary and the Free University of Amsterdam. Matthew is also an ordained minister in the Christian Reformed Church of North America.

Matthew Kaemingk is a co-author of an extraordinary new book, Work and Worship: Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy. Matthew, along with his writing partner, Cory Willson, have thought deeply about how our work and worship are not meant to be disconnected experiences, but crucial aspects of life that are deeply woven together. Through our work, we learn to worship God in new ways. Through our worship, we learn to work in new ways. When work and worship come together, we experience deeper integration and meaning. We learn to love God more fully as we experience God’s love more completely.