#FaithandCulture Reading: New Pro-Life Stats, Cell Phones and Middle Schoolers, Living as Christians at Work

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In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week — featuring selections from Chelsea Patterson Sobolik, Andrew Spencer, Quentin Self, George Robinson and more.

  • Teaching Kids to Live as Christians through Work
    Andrew Spencer at The Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics: “Understanding the connection between the product on the shelf and the process that made it… is becoming more important in a world of specialization where many of us never see a tangible result from our work.”
  • Praying God’s Purpose for the Text
    Quentin Self at The Pastors Center: “I am convinced the most powerful prayer for preaching happens when we align our prayers with God’s specific purpose for the preaching text.”
  • Who’s Your (Next) One?
    George Robinson at The CGCS: “You were made for this. You were re-made for this. What is “this”? Worship. Obey. Reproduce. Repeat.”

From Intersect This Week

Here’s a list of the articles we published this week. If you missed one, now’s your time to catch up.

What other articles would you recommend?

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