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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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Do the Right Thing

*This post is part of De Pree Center’s Finding Our Bearings in a Crashing Economy series.  Roy Goble is a business owner, author, philanthropist,…

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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 in a Crisis: God’s Astounding Desolations

Thus, Psalm 46 reminds us that disease, including the COVID-19 pandemic, is not what God ultimately intends for our world. The future peace of God includes both health and flourishing. We who lead should at all times be strengthened and moved by a vision of God’s kingdom. During a crisis, we need this vision even more than usual because it’s so easy to become focused only on our challenges, disappointments, griefs, and fears. We can lose sight of what God is doing and will do in the world. Yet, when we keep this vision in mind and heart, when it animates our leadership, then we’ll be able to lead both wisely and resiliently.

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Staying Calm When the Worst is Yet to Come

*This post is part of De Pree Center’s Finding Our Bearings in a Crashing Economy series.  Inés Velasquez-McBryde, is a church planter, chaplain at…

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Finding Our Bearings in a Crashing Economy

At the De Pree Center, we exist to help marketplace leaders integrate their faith and work. For most of us, integrating our faith and work looks drastically different than it did just a month ago. A global pandemic and crashing economy rightly catalyze urgent questions about our businesses, our leadership, and our livelihoods.

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