Weekend Reading: Truths for Work, The Church and Politics, & The Racial Divide

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Do you need encouragement for your vocation? Do you wonder how the church should (or shouldn’t) engage politics? And is there a solution to the racial divide?

Get answers to these questions via three fascinating articles for your weekend reading.

Essential Truths for Your Everyday Work

Robert Alexander gets to the very heart of why we struggle with work — and he offers a gospel-centered solution:

Do you see how living by faith can transform our idea of vocation? We can participate in God’s work wherever he has called us because, when it’s done in the service of the King for his good purposes, all our work is kingdom work. Read more>>

Can the Church Disengage From Politics?

This political season has been fraught with vitriol and bloated egos. Does this mean we should disengage from politics altogether? Russell Moore answers with a firm no. He writes:

Whether in a story from a Jericho ditch or in a letter from a Birmingham jail, we must be reminded that we serve a God of both justice and justification, and we must not pit the two against each other. Read More>>

The Christian Life in Dialogue: Reconciling the Racial Divide

Walter Strickland recently spoke about racial reconciliation at Gordon College’sconvocation chapel. Head over to his blog to watch the video. Watch now>>

What are you reading this weekend?

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