Spiritual Disciplines for Your Work

For centuries, Christians have recognized that desires and transformation are connected through spiritual disciplines–habits that open us to God’s already-presence with us so we can more faithfully respond to him with the whole of our lives. We strive toward personal transformation in Christ as a key aspect of both our mission to the world and […]

S6E7: Wholehearted Leadership with Lisa Slayton and David Park

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary What does it look like to lead from a place of wholeness? How can we work toward emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual integration, and why is integration important for leaders? Hear from Lisa Slayton, CEO […]

S6E5: The Good Jobs Advantage

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary What makes a job “good,” and how can business leaders help create them? What is the current pandemic teaching us in the U.S. about “essential” work? Jeff Haanen and Joanna Meyer talk about the advantages […]

S6E4: Chuck DeGroat on Narcissism and the Church

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary We hear a lot about narcissism, but how does it show up in our organizations? What are the consequences of a narcissistic pastor or faith leader? The Denver Institute team talks with author and counselor […]

S6E2: Philip Yancey on the Body of Christ and “Fearfully and Wonderfully”

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary What does the human body teach us about the Body of Christ, and how can the Body of Christ respond, serve, and love during a pandemic? Dustin Moody talks with author and speaker Philip Yancey […]

Jeff Haanen
People of Hope

Dear friends, Can you imagine a day when Christians are publicly known for their love? Could you envision a day when even those who disagree with our doctrines look at us, our churches, our workplaces, and our public engagement, and say, “Look how they love us!” As culture secularizes and young people increasingly claim no religion at […]

Dustin Moody
A Voice for Change

As a native of southern California, Angela Evans felt at home along the U.S.-Mexico border. She made countless visits to Mexico for church mission trips, and her church hosted a Spanish-speaking service. But she didn’t expect the border to serve as a focal point in her future career. After college, Angela found a job at […]

S6E1: Who Are We Becoming? Faith and Work’s Most Important Question

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary Where is the faith and work movement going, and what can we learn from its history? How do we balance the strengths of capitalism against its excesses? Jeff Haanen talks with Drew Yancey, author of […]

S5E7: Common Questions About Work (Part 2)

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary What does “integrating” our faith and work look like? How do we love our neighbor through our work? And is “work/life balance” even possible? Hear more from Brian Gray, Joanna Meyer, and Dustin Moody as […]

Drew Yancey
Leading Through Relationships

“Drew, how am I going to feed my family?” The question haunts me to this day. It was 2013, and the U.S. government had just shut down. The year before, I had taken over as CEO of a distribution company. The company was well positioned, which is how I was able to convince many of […]

Joanna Meyer
Soul Care for Uncertain Times

Maybe your day started like mine: Before I crawled out of bed, I scanned Twitter, Facebook, and The New York Times for the latest COVID-19 updates. Where was the disease spreading? How are friends in Spain and Italy faring? Will Denverites be asked to shelter in place?Thirty minutes later, I realized the error of my […]

Brian Gray
Serving Others While Physically Distancing

As I write this, I am on day seven of working and living from home during the coronavirus pandemic, now with a snowstorm hitting outside. It’s quite a contest between me and my unschooled and unfriended kids as to who can put more crazy into the phrase “stir crazy.” During the week, I’ve pursued ways to […]