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All the Lonely Workers

June 14 th 2018 by Brian Dijkema

Why the social dimension of work is more important than ever.

The Benedict Option or the Augustinian Call?

March 16 th 2017 by James K.A. Smith

Considering two ancient options for the contemporary church.

A Story Called Rest

December 1 st 2016 by Jen Pollock Michel

Can we imagine a society where Sabbath constrains our clamorous desires?

Cleaning Dishes as a Revolutionary Act

December 1 st 2016 by Kristen Deede Johnson

"Everybody wants to save the earth; nobody wants to help Mom do the dishes."—P.J. O'Rourke

A World Without Work?

May 5 th 2016 by Steven McMullen

If work is service, the opportunities to work are infinite.

Taking Aim at Ambition

March 30 th 2016 by James K.A. Smith

A writers collective looks for virtue amidst the vices of hubris, pride, and vainglory

Reconstructing the Alliance Between Christianity and Organized Labour

March 24 th 2016 by Brian Dijkema

It's time to pick up the missing pieces in Heath Carter's history of Christian Labour

Making Marriage Work

June 1 st 2015 by Brian Dijkema

Our economies and cultures depend on it.

A Theology of Immigrant Labour

April 30 th 2015 by Ruth Melkonian-Hoover

Foundational thinking on immigrant labour has to do with public justice, rights, duties, and responsibilities.

The Work of Our Hands

March 1 st 2015 by Brian Dijkema

The faith and work conversation we're NOT having.

Learning with Your Hands

March 1 st 2015 by Matthew Crawford with Brian Dijkema

What short order cooks and organ makers tell us about being human.

The Joy of Sex, the Pangs of Labour

January 15 th 2015 by Brian Dijkema

There's potential for an unlikely romance between workers' rights and family values

A Prudential Manifesto: Class Struggle for the Common Good

December 1 st 2014 by Brian Dijkema

The gap between the life that elites preach and the life they live.

Ambition, Influence, and Entrepreneurship

May 15 th 2014 by D. Michael Lindsay with James K.A. Smith

Leaders take a liberal arts approach to life.