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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 different areas of emphasis: 1) theological and discipleship training, 2) community formation, and 3) exploring and fostering innovation and imagination in all fields of work.
Becoming Fully Human - David Kim
Becoming Fully Human - David Kim by Center for Faith and Work
Culture As Liturgy by James K.A. Smith
Culture As Liturgy by James K.A. Smith by Center for Faith and Work
A New Faith And Work Movement by David H. Kim
A New Faith And Work Movement by David H. Kim by Center for Faith and Work
Workplace Discipleship by David H. Kim
Workplace Discipleship by David H. Kim by Center for Faith and Work
Do It Again - Richard Mouw
The Biblical God is a God who delights in all of his creation. Even before God created humans, he delighted in the world and the creatures he had made. Now, however, we live in a fallen world, and that fallenness has impacted every area of life. Yet, God delights in every step that all people take, Christians and non-Christians alike are to reclaim the goodness that was lost in the fall. Theologian Richard Mouw explains why in this talk from CFW’s 2011 Gospel and Culture conference.
Creating Power - Andy Crouch
Sex, money, and power—three great temptations. Yet, of the three, power may be the least discussed and the most problematic. Christians can choose to live lives of complete chastity or they may give away all their earthly possessions, but none of us can completely empty ourselves of power. Therefore, we are forced to ask the question: is there any “good news” about power? Author Andy Crouch says the answer is yes. But only if we look to a God who destroys the false idea that possessing power means taking it from someone else. God uses his power to empower others—and God calls us to go and do likewise.
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