Esther: The Activist

March 12, 2019By Guest ContributorArticle

Out of the tribe of Benjamin, forcefully living under the empire of Babylon, there was a certain young woman. She was not your average person. She could have been written off as a statistic with low chances of success. She was an ethnic minority, an orphan, and a female in a male-dominant society. Her name … Read More

Lydia: The Innovator

March 5, 2019By Guest ContributorArticle

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 countryside as a little girl, I would often take in the sights and sounds of my tropical country out my window. A typical vignette that captured my attention was the sweat … Read More

Below the Glass Ceiling

March 1, 2019By Guest ContributorArticle

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 misdirection of the eye. It happens in the most casual and usual circumstances. I remember when I was in film school in college during my sophomore year, and it was finally … Read More

Where Do You Find Your Value?

February 19, 2019By Guest ContributorArticle

Born with cerebral palsy, I am a disabled woman with serious shame about my inability to work and be a productive member of society. This personal shame has often led me to question my value in the eyes of God. Am I only valuable to the kingdom of God because of the work I can … Read More

Rhythms of Work: Pruning

January 31, 2019By Susie LippsArticle

“I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful.” – John 15:1-2 This time of year, in wine country, the vines stand naked and exposed … Read More

Disability and Work

January 24, 2019By Guest ContributorArticle

“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 sat down to “officially” talk about the intersection of disability and work. Truthfully though, this topic comes up in one way or another in pretty much every conversation we have. Louis … Read More

Bahasa/Language: Technology Entrepreneurship for the Gospel

January 21, 2019By DPC EditorVideo

“Language is power, it lets you control the conversation.” Entrepreneur Chris Lim discusses the theology behind his company, TheoTech, which provides technology entrepreneurship for the gospel. Their product, spf.io, provides real-time captions and translation of live events in more than 60 languages. Learn more about TheoTech, here, or spf.io,  here.