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Post Tagged 'Hugh Whelchel'

What Is A ‘Christian’ Company?

Is a company “Christian” because it sells Christian products, like Bibles and greeting cards with Scripture verses on them? Is a company Christian because its owners says it is? What makes a company “Christian” and do we need them? Continue Reading...

Mark Zuckerberg and the Biblical Meaning of Success

There are two great lies our culture promotes among children in school, students in college, and professionals in the business world, says Hugh Whelchel:  (1) “If you work hard enough, you can be anything you want to be.” (2) “You can be the best in the world. Continue Reading...

Is Work a Curse?

Is work a curse, a result of mankind’s fall from grace? Not according to the Book of Genesis. As Hugh Whelchel, Executive Director of the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics, explains, what Adam was called to do in the garden is what we are still called to do in our work today: Continue Reading...