The Way Home featuring Jim Hamilton

How do everyday Christians connect their Sunday worship to their Monday lives? Can work be a form of worship? Dr. Jim Hamilton, professor of Biblical Theology at Southern Seminary, helps us think biblically about our daily work lives. He's the author of a helpful new book, Work and Our Labor in the Lord.  [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @drjimhamilton Book:Work and Our Labor in the Lord Websites: jimhamilton.info ...

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Editor Series: Erin Straza on her love for words

Erin Straza is gifted with words. She is currently the managing editor of Christ and Pop Culture and Christ and Pop Culture Magazine. She is the host of the popular Persuasion podcast. She has worked with Spread Truth Ministries, Christianity Today and other publications. She also has a great new book out: Comfort Detox: Finding Freedom from Habits that Bind You.  Dan Darling: Let's talk about your calling. Has writing and editing been a lifetime pursuit or something you picked up late in life? And if so, what first interested in you in words? Erin Straza: My love for words goes back to childhood—periodically I would read sections of the dictionary, and reading and writing were my favorite subjects. In my undergraduate and graduate studies, I focused on marketing communications, which combines writing and creative arts to communicate a clear, concise message for a specific aim or result. I applied these skills in corporate communications for...

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The Way Home featuring Rich Stearns

What motivates the CEO of a luxury goods company to leave it all behind to work on behalf of the most vulnerable around the world? How can Christians both proclaim the gospel and live it out by serving the neediest around the world? Today my guest is Rich Stearns, President and CEO of World Vision, one of the largest nonprofit humanitarian organizations in the world. Stearns has travelled to 40 of the 100 countries where World Vision has a presence and is the author of several books, including The Hole in Our Gospel. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @RichStearns Book: The Hole in Our Gospel Websites: richstearns.org and worldvision.org ...

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The Way Home featuring Esther Fleece

Does the church provide enough space for lament? Why are modern Christians so reluctant to admit their struggles? My good friend, Esther Fleece, knows all about this. As a Christian leader, writer, and speaker, she has often been tempted to hide her difficulties. But God has allowed her to see the value of lament in her life. Esther is the author of No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending. She is also founder and CEO of L&L Consulting, Inc. "She helps new and established Christian ministries develop innovative strategies for non-profit sustainability, new business development, next generation outreach, marketing and communications and relationship brokering." Esther joins me today to share from her deeply personal and tragic story and how she helps other Christians lament well. [powerpress] Show Notes Twitter: @estherfleece Book: No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending Websites: estherfleece.com ...

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