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Nuance is a podcast of The Collaborative helping Christians to faithfully live out their faith in their work. We recognize most of life is not lived in black and white but rather lived in the gray, lived in the nuance. You can find more including complementary spiritual exercises at www.collaborativeorlando.com/nuance.
 
Integrate the Inseparable. The Center for Faith & Work (CFW) exists to explore and investigate the gospel’s unique power to renew hearts, communities, and the world, in and through our day-to-day work. As the cultural renewal arm of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, we foster, shepherd, and empower the church as it is scattered, living and working out in the world, beyond the walls of any one gathered place of worship. CFW's programming, classes, and events can be characterized by three differen ...
 
Welcome to the Faith and Enterprise Podcast, hosted by Rob Tribken. We seek ways to promote spiritual renewal in our work lives, and focus on topics such as spiritual practices that can help you in your work, developing a deeper sense of purpose and mission (your business or your work as a calling); overcoming stress and other aspects of a toxic workplace (burnout, anxiety, boredom, interpersonal conflict, unethical behavior, a bad boss); the spiritual aspects of leadership; and the ways tha ...
 
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In this final episode of the season, Anne Synder, editor of Comment Magazine, helps us define what a prophetic voice is, as well as sharing who were prophetic voices in her own life. She also challenges the listener to strengthen our own voices, so that speaking truth, speaking love, and speaking humility could be used by God in our workplaces. For…
 
Kara Martin and Peter Cumming return to discuss their recent article: "Precarious Work Environments." Now the focus is on rhythms and routines that help us be centred on our calling from God in our work. Too often our work becomes about the tasks we need to complete and we have no way of connecting to the presence of God with us in our workplaces. …
 
Dr. Matthew Kaemingk is a Christian ethicist and public theologian at Fuller Theological Seminary who has written widely on Christian citizenship. Today he helps us address any and all of the topics discussed in this season of Nuance. In this episode we look specifically at common grace and its role for the Christian at work. For a spiritual format…
 
For the first time we have two guests! Kara Martin and Peter Cumming join us to discuss their recent article: "Precarious Work Environments." With the rise of the gig economy and the casualisation of the workforce, people's employment status and pay is increasing precarious. But even those with secure jobs and steady incomes can still experience pr…
 
Do you have the courage to stand up for what you believe while maintaining the humility to learn from others? Do your Christian convictions lead you to have empathy to engage respectfully with those whose views differ from your own, otherwise? It is much easier to verbalize this than it is to live it out in a hostile workplace. Principled pluralism…
 
In today’s episode, Catherine de Fontenay tells us how she discovered her interest in examining the intersection between economics and crime and how that lead her to consider wider themes of economics and justice. She then narrows this theme down into a deep reflection on the impact – both positive and negative – of some people being able to work f…
 
Hospitality is a foundational aspect of our Christian citizenship because it goes before us in reputation, it guides our embodiment of the Holy Spirit, and it influences how others encounter Christ. The Reverend Rufus Smith, Senior Pastor of Hope Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee (the largest Presbyterian church in the United St…
 
In today’s episode, Catherine de Fontenay guides us through research that shows both the overall decline in poverty around the world while also identifying the greater levels of inequality in developed nations and the increased difficulty of people to move from a lower economic status to a higher one. Catherine then leads us to consider how we resp…
 
Moderator: Bob Bruttell - Vice-chairman, Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit and Adjunct Professor, Religious Studies and History - University of Detroit Mercy Panelists: Rev. Dr. Jimmie Wafer - Board member, Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit Co-chair, Bridging to Belonging, an IFLC program Pastor, New Mt. Zion…
 
Christian citizenship for the Evangelical Christian has evolved and matured (for the good) especially in recent decades.This doesn’t make it any easier to live out one’s faith, however. Dr. Jonathan Chaplin is widely regarded as an expert in Christian political thought, which includes political philosophy and various Christian traditions (especiall…
 
Do not miss Dr. Vincent Bacote of Wheaton College discussing what public theology is and its importance to a Christian’s walk. A rich public theology gives us a vocabulary and concepts to better understand that as Christians our God is ALWAYS greater than our experiences. For a spiritual formation exercise that corresponds with this episode, click …
 
In today’s episode, Graham Hooper concludes by leading us to reflect on the impact of failure in our lives. He helps us to reflect on the emotional toll it can take on us, how it challenges our expectations and ideas of ourself, and also how God uses seasons of failure to shape us and form us in surprising and important ways. Contact Stephen Field …
 
In today’s episode, Graham Hooper leads us to consider the value and importance of success in our lives. He discusses how our Christian definition of success can be agree with and be different from the definition of success in our working lives. He outlines both the rewards and pitfalls of success. Finally, he challenges us to see that success is n…
 
In today’s episode, Wendy Simpson reflects on 2 Corinthians 5:20 with the call to be an “ambassador for Christ.” She takes us through what it means to be an ambassador and the kinds of things an ambassador would and wouldn’t do. She gives us practical insights into what it means to represent the culture of Christ in our workplaces. Contact Stephen …
 
In today’s episode, Wendy Simpson guides us to consider ways in which we experience some of the brokenness and sorrows of life in our workplaces. But then she moves us to reflect on those things that delight us and that bring us hope. Wendy helps us to consider ways we can flourish and participate in the Call of God in our workplaces. Wendy brings …
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 13: Are Our Children Sacred to Us Today? Moderator: Bob Bruttell - Vice-chairman, Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit and Adjunct Professor, Religious Studies and History - University of Detroit Mercy Panelists: Saba Maroof, MD - Double Board Certified Child, Adolescent a…
 
In today’s episode, Lindsay McMillan reflects on work as a place God uses to shape us spiritually through the challenges we face. He considers what it means to bring “your whole self” to work. And he lays out 6 practical ways we can live our faith in our workplaces, ways that are appropriate to our modern work context and cultures. Contact Stephen …
 
In today’s episode, Lindsay McMillan reflects on the changing nature of work and the emerging challenges that come as our personal lives and work lives are blurred together. He considers the emerging challenges of trust and loneliness in our workplaces. And he leads us to consider what is it that we truly value in our workplaces and power of being …
 
In today’s episode, Kara Martin guides us through the last of four distortions that impact on our understanding of how our faith links with our work. The fourth distortion is that God only values our paid work. Kara examines the hierarchy of value we live within and how we choose to ascribe value to different kinds of work. She challenges us to red…
 
In today’s episode, Kara Martin guides us through the third of four distortions that impact on our understanding of how our faith links with our work. The third distortion is that we can expect God to make our work comfortable and fulfilling. Kara discusses the wounds and scar we carry because of our work, disappointments we have with God when our …
 
In today’s episode, Kara Martin guides us through the second of four distortions that impact on our understanding of how our faith links with our work. The second distortion is that our work is more important than Church and our connection to Christian community. Kara explores how the workplace has replaced the Church for many people but how that h…
 
In today’s episode, Kara Martin guides us through the first of four distortions that impact on our understanding of how our faith links with our work. The first distortion is that God is primarily interested in the work of the Church and not in our work outside of Church. Kara challenges this idea and presents some practical thoughts on how living …
 
In today’s episode, Steve Meredith guides us to consider how we can give our work colleagues reason to respect and follow us, and how we can go about influencing our workplace. Again, Steve leads us through a practical and lively discussion. Contact Stephen Field at office@worshipontheway.live Contact Steve Meredith at steve.meredith@live.com.au Fa…
 
In today’s episode, Steve Meredith leads us through the challenge of living our Christian values in the workplace. He reflects on different ways he has done this in his work history. He helps us to consider how we can influence our workplaces for good. This is a practical and lively discussion on an important topic. Contact Stephen Field at office@…
 
In today’s episode, Peter Cumming leads us to consider ways we craft our identity through our work and how we can respond when that identity is threatened. He reflect on how finding confidence in our identity in God gives us the power to be curious, playful, and creative. Finally, he discusses how we have divided ourselves into our ‘worshipping sel…
 
In today’s episode Peter Cumming opens up for us the various identities we carry with us in our workplace. He explores the difference between our ascribed identity and our crafted identity and the impact this can have on us. Contact Stephen Field at office@worshipontheway.live Contact Peter Cumming through his LinkedIn account: https://www.linkedin…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 12: Is There a Conflict Between Vaccines and Religion? Moderator: Saeed Khan - Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Studies at Wayne State University Panelists: Jim Tubbs - Adjunct professor of medical ethics, University of Detroit Mercy Rev. Vic Clore - Pastor of Christ the King Roman C…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 11: The Effects of COVID-19 on Practices of Worship Moderator: Robert Jones - Pastor, Sweet Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church Panelists: Rev. Cindy Rudolph - Senior Pastor, Oak Grove AME Church, Detroit Shaykh Mohamed Almasmari - Imam, Muslim Unity Center in Bloomfield Hills Rabbi Dorit Ed…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 10: Anti-Democracy, Anti-Diversity: The Interfaith Community's Role in Addressing Socio-political Discord Moderator: Saeed Khan - Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Studies at Wayne State University Panelists: Shirley Stancato - Former president and chief executive officer, New Detroit…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 9 - What does Weaponizing Words truly mean and what impact does it have? Moderator: Saeed Khan - Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Studies at Wayne State University Panelists: Freda Sampson - Diversity and Inclusion consultant Joe Grimm - Visiting editor in residence, Michigan State U…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 8: The Pandemic and Faith: How has COVID-19 affected faith for young adults? Moderator: Saeed Khan - Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Studies, Wayne State University Panelists: Kelsey Dovico - Executive Director, Hazel Park Community Coalition Moriah Carpenter - Nursing student, East…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 7: The Legacy of Martin Luther King: Can We Hear Him Now? Panelists: Bob Bruttell - Vice chairman, InterFaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit Rev. Stancy Adams - Associate Pastor, Russell Street Baptist Church Rev. Dr. Jimmie Wafer - Pastor, New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Churc…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 6: Artificial Intelligence and Applied Technology: Their Ethics & Concerns Panelists: Bob Bruttell - Vice chairman, InterFaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit Arun Prasad - Owner and Principal, K2Media LLC Saeed Khan - Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Studies, Wayne State …
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 5: The Impact of the Black Churches on American Music Pt. 3 Panelists: Bob Brutell - Vice chairman, InterFaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit Robert Jones - Pastor, Sweet Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church Producer: Ben Kouchnerkavich - Communications Intern, Wayne State Univers…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 3: The Impact of the Black Churches on American Music Pt. 1 Panelists: Bob Brutell - Vice chairman, InterFaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit Robert Jones - Pastor, Sweet Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church Producer: Ben Kouchnerkavich - Communications Intern, Wayne State Univers…
 
Faith and Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 2: What is the Function of Religion? Panelists: Bob Bruttell - Vice chairman, InterFaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit Robert Jones - Pastor, Sweet Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church Saeed Khan - Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Studies, Wayne State University Producer:…
 
Faith & Works Podcast: Connecting Our Common Values Episode 1: What is Becoming of Religion and Community Values? Panelists: Bob Bruttell - Vice chairman, InterFaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit Robert Jones - Pastor, Sweet Kingdom Missionary Baptist Church Saeed Khan - Senior Lecturer and Director of Global Studies, Wayne State Unive…
 
When Mars Hill Church was planted in Seattle in 1996, few would have imagined where it would lead. But in the next 18 years, it would become one of the largest, fastest-growing, and most influential churches in the United States. Controversy plagued the church, though, due in no small part to the lightning-rod personality at its helm: Mark Driscoll…
 
It has been a crazy year and I figured I would give everyone an update regarding the God at Work Podcast. If you haven’t guessed it by now we are on a hiatus, but I do have plans to come back and I give a little update regarding the direction I am feeling led to … Continue reading "Hiatus Update"God at Work: Stories of grace and faith
 
Jen Pollock Michel is a writer based in Toronto, CA. She’s the author of several books, including Surprised by Paradox and A Habit Called Faith, which is releasing this week. On the podcast, she describes the road that led her to writing, the relationship between her vocations as a writer and a mother, and the place women writers occupy in Christia…
 
Doug Logan was running a barbershop in Patterson, New Jersey when he met Jesus. Doug, who is black, quickly married his girlfriend Angel, who is white. Within days, he was preaching on the streets to the homeless. In the twenty-five years since, their interracial marriage has been a kind of proving ground for the experience of racial tensions that …
 
We’re often unprepared or unwilling to face experiences of loss and suffering. But in fact, they are opportunities for deep encounters with the presence and mercy of God. Tish Harrison Warren is a writer and a priest in the Anglican Church in North America. Her book Liturgy of the Ordinary was Christianity Today’s 2018 book of the year, and she jus…
 
Makoto Fujimura is a painter and the author of several books on the intersection of faith, culture, and the arts. Most recently he’s published Art and Faith: A Theology of Making. In this episode, Mako describes his calling as an artist and how living three blocks from the World Trade Center transformed his painting. He also describes his work in k…
 
Timothy Dalrymple is the President and CEO of Christianity Today. His road to CT is marked by a number of surprise turns, the first being a significant, career-ending injury as an elite gymnast. In the years that followed, he pursued a sense of calling through a variety of ministries, ivy league schools, and the tech industry. This episode explores…
 
Aundi Kolber is a therapist and the author of Try Softer: A Fresh Approach to Move Us out of Anxiety, Stress, and Survival Mode--and into a Life of Connection and Joy. On this episode of the podcast, Aundi and Mike talk about the impact of complex trauma on the body and soul, and how Aundi’s own experiences of trauma led her into the work she does …
 
Cultivated veteran Latifah Alattas returns to the podcast this week to talk about life, faith, and creative work after divorce. When her marriage ended in 2017, it derailed a host of dreams and left her asking hard questions about forgiveness, healing, and relationships. Her work in churches was almost entirely halted, and for months she had to att…
 
Ross Mason’s work has crossed the country and crossed the globe, from Moscow to Silicon Valley, and back to Georgia, where he’s from originally. A lifelong adventurer, he loved climbing, diving, competing in triathlons, and was even certified as a NASCAR driver. In 2007, even after he suffered a C6 spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from th…
 
Dominic “Dom” D’Agostino is an Associate Professor at the University of South Florida, where he teaches at the Morsani College of Medicine and the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology. He’s also a Research Scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC) where he leads research efforts to optimize the health and perf…
 
Cultivated features the stories and ideas of Christians from a wide variety of perspectives. Their opinions do not necessarily reflect those of Christianity Today. From the time he was a teenager, Rich Lowry aspired to write for National Review. In 1992, that dream came true and by 1997, he became the editor of the magazine. You’ve likely seen Rich…
 
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