Patheos Launches New Channel on Faith and Work
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Patheos Launches New Channel on Faith and Work

Mission:Work, Patheos, Faith, WorkPatheos has just launched a new channel called MISSION:WORK, which aims to host a wide and varied discussion about faith and work. Led by senior editor Chris Armstrong of Bethel Seminary, the site will serve as a hub of sorts, drawing content from a variety of places, including the Acton Institute, to cultivate a conversation on whole-life discipleship.

As described on the web site:

“MISSION:WORK is a place where conversation happens about work and faith. We cover topics ranging from daily life in the workplace, to what the Bible says about work and vocation, to economic systems and their relationship to Christian beliefs, to how to know if God is calling you to a specific job, to how the local church can better equip workers. We draw on content from several other websites pondering these issues, including Theology of Work.org, The High Calling, The Oikonomia Network, the Acton Institute, and the Kern Family Foundation, to find stories, testimonies, tips, biblical wisdom, and challenges for individuals, businesses, pastors, and civic leaders as we work to create a society where God’s economy brings human flourishing for all.”

We look forward to sharing resources with this new endeavor as we continue to expand, explore, and refine this conversation together.

Check out MISSION:WORK here, and be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter. You can learn more about the project by watching a series of videos by the site originators.

Joseph Sunde

is an associate editor and writer for the Acton Institute. His work has appeared in venues such as the Foundation for Economic Education, First Things, The Christian Post, The Stream, Intellectual Takeout, Patheos, LifeSiteNews, The City, Charisma News, The Green Room, Juicy Ecumenism, Ethika Politika, Made to Flourish, and the Center for Faith and Work. Joseph resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota with his wife and four children.