Help for Battling Burnout
by Mark L. Bailey
Rick Griffith in Singapore: A Perspective from Overseas
Money: A Threat to True Rest
by Richard J. Dunham
Cultivating Sabbath Rest in a Busy World
by Michael H. Burer
God gave his people rest for two reasons: so they could experience his presence and so they could celebrate their redemption. Dr. Michael Burer talks about these purposes and how believers in an era of grace can still carve out times of meaningful rest.
Take the Crazy out of Busy
by Charles R. Swindoll
Take Your Faith to Work
by William C. Peel
Bill Peel (ThM, 1976), executive director of LeTourneau University’s Center for Faith and Work, describes three attitudes the Bible says we should bring to the workplace.
Jesus Values Business
by Klaus D. Issler
In this excerpt from his book, Living into the Life of Jesus, Dr. Klaus Issler explores a biblical view of work and the frequent gap between Sunday and Monday.
What Does It Mean?
by R. Larry Moyer
DTS grad Larry Moyer explores prayer and thanksgiving as essential qualities to one's Christian witness in the workplace.
Luther Lattes and Calvin Cappuccinos: DTS Grads Serve Up Coffee and Theology
by Ann-Margret Hovsepian
Along with Luther lattes and Calvin cappuccinos, patrons at the Credo House Coffee Shop in Edmond, Oklahoma, discover generous servings of good theology with the help of some DTS graduates who understand the meaning of “vocation.”
Your (Lack of) Work Matters to God
by Chuck Helmer
Student Chuck Helmer’s layoff from a white-collar job led him to excel as a janitor. His article includes five recommended books for the unemployed.
Eight Ways to View Work as Ministry
by Tim Kimberley
Move from a compartmental mentality to an integrated one
The Gift of Work
by Sandra L. Glahn
Resources on the subject of work and vocation