20 Quotes from Bryan Chapell on Working with Grace – Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

As TGC’s faith-and-work editor, I’ve read a lot of books on work. The latest from Bryan Chapell, Grace at Work: Redeeming the Grind and the Glory of Your Job, is…

Where to Find the Real Proverbs 31 Woman – Jim Davis

In my early days of ministry, I worked with college students. Many wanted to know what the Bible says about the kind of spouse they should be looking for. I…

Come and Feast on Jesus Christ: Reading with Richard Sibbes – Derek J. Brown

One of my students recently asked me what books I turn to for devotional reading. My response was immediate: the Puritans. Although the word “devotional” attaches itself to books that…

Debunk 8 Abortion Myths – Josh Howerton

Pro-choice Americans are reeling after the Supreme Court’s recent decision to strike down Roe v. Wade. While Christians rejoice to see a step taken toward justice for unborn life, many…

On July 4, Care for Isolated Veterans – Ethan T. Jago

On the Fourth of July, United States citizens celebrate our nation’s independence and the freedoms won and defended by the men and women of the military community. But though we…

5 Ways to Pursue Holiness – Josh Moody

In the early 19th century, a group of evangelical ministers gathered regularly to discuss how to grow in holiness. Over the course of their meetings, the Eclectic Society included famous…

States of the Union: Maintaining Momentum After Dobbs – Clarke Forsythe

This week marks 30 years since the Supreme Court’s decision in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which sought to entrench Roe v. Wade. Though Casey tragically postponed the day of reckoning…

Rest in God’s Character – Jen Wilkin

Teaching from Romans chapters 11 and 12, Jen Wilkin expounds on Paul’s call to know and worship God in order to be transformed. We must ask “Who is God?” before…

Sing to One Another – Katie Faris

Millennia before my children were diagnosed with a serious genetic condition or my friend’s marriage dissolved, before my grandmother developed dementia or my husband’s year of unemployment, our heavenly Father…

How to Respond to a Colleague Mourning Roe – Charlie Self

When Roe v. Wade was overturned, I was thrilled. But I work in a liberal corporate setting, and I’m not sure how to address it at work. For example, there…