The Faith & Work Podcast explores our everyday work in God's world, and is produced and hosted by Denver Institute for Faith and Work.
What's Next: Life for Cities (Part 3)
In this episode of The Faith & Work Podcast, we wrap up our 3 part series with "What's Next: Life for Cities." In this episode, Ross Chapman and Brian Gray interview old friend, Dave Runyon, Executive Director of CityUnite. Listen in as they discuss some practical ways Christians can be for their city, through their work.
How a Leading Retailer Builds a Culture of Love
What does it look like to lead in your industry and be known distinctly as a "practitioner of love?" In today's episode of The Faith & Work Podcast, we hear from an expert who is leading the way - Jasmine Bellamy, VP of Merchandising, Planning, and Allocation at a major retailer. Jasmine is also the founder of Love 101 Ministries and is finishing a doctorate in global leadership at Fuller Seminary, focused on Redemptive Imagination in the Marketplace. Listen in as Jasmine shares her insights, practices, and experiences related to being a practitioner of love.
Does Faith Have a Place in Corporate Life?
Does faith have a place in corporate life? For some, this question can be one of tension, anxiety, or uncertainty. In today's conversation, we hear from Craig Carter, who worked in financial systems and analytics at Intel for 25 years and played an instrumental role in establishing faith-based employee resource groups within the corporation. Listen in as Craig shares about how growing numbers of corporations are inviting employees to express their religious identity at work through faith-centric ERGs and the next steps you could take to bring one to your organization.
Mathematics for Human Flourishing
How can the subject of math be a source of human flourishing? Find out as we interview Francis Su, PhD, Benediktsson-Karwa Professor of Mathematics. Francis Su writes about the dignity of human beings and the wonder of mathematical teaching. He is a Professor of Mathematics at Harvey Mudd College and a former president of the Mathematical Association of America.
His work has been featured in Quanta Magazine, Wired, and the New York Times. His book Mathematics for Human Flourishing, winner of the 2021 Euler Book Prize, offers an inclusive vision of what math is, who it's for, and why anyone should learn it.
Virtuous Deconstruction: A Pastor's Journey Part 1
What comes to mind when you hear the term "deconstruction"? You may think of Christians who have walked away from their faith, distanced themselves from their church, or wrestled with strained relationships. But what if a person who struggled with these tensions, chose to remain? What if the tough questions asked during deconstruction could transform the faith community or the relationships themselves? Could deconstruction be a virtuous process?
In this episode, we hear from Brandon Washington, pastor at Embassy Christian Bible Church and author of the book A Burning House: Redeeming American Evangelicalism by Examining Its History, Mission, and Message. As a black ministry leader, Brandon has asked tough questions about race, Christianity, and whether change is possible in his own faith community. Listen in as we hear Brandon's story of what his work has looked like inside the evangelical tradition.
Virtuous Deconstruction: A Pastor's Journey Part 2
Listen in as we hear from Brandon Washington, pastor at Embassy Christian Bible Church and author of the book A Burning House: Redeeming American Evangelicalism by Examining Its History, Mission, and Message. As a black ministry leader, Brandon has asked tough questions about race, Christianity, and whether change is possible in his own faith community.
Timely and Necessary
Too many Christians partition their lives, which weakens the power of the Gospel. Faith and Work is about integrating all parts of our lives, and how we can be Gospel-focused in every space.
Great start for faith and work
This is a good place to start to better understand how to integrate faith and work.
Insightful conversations for faith and work
The podcast presents challenging conversations and thought provoking ideas around the intersection of faith and work. God’s design in this arena can sometimes be forgotten or misunderstood and this is a great resource to explore that. DIFW, thanks for bringing a small part of your mission to this podcast!