Joanna Meyer
What’s Missing in the Return-to-Work Debate? Empathy

Have you followed the debate regarding corporate work from home policies? A number of prominent CEOs insist that after more than three years of pandemic-related changes, it’s time for employees to return to the office. ·      Elon Musk (Tesla/Space X) called remote work “morally wrong”·      David Solomon (Goldman Sachs) called it an “aberration”·      And Mark […]

Brian Gray
A Good & Toilsome Work: The Meaning of Labor Day

Ask most Coloradans what Labor Day means to them, and they’d talk about the summer’s “last hurrah” of the three-day weekend. It’s the second bookend framing of the unofficial summer season, running from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Tube Boulder Creek, camp in Summit County, fly fish the Tarryall, or hammock in the backyard – […]

Brian Gray
Rule of Life: A Trellis for Growth

A banker, a teacher, and a pastor walk into a bar to share a conversation about the most important Rule in their life… But there’s no punchline coming next…that was an actual conversation. Last month, I got to lead three gatherings to help professionals craft a personal Rule of Life. We retreated into the mountains over […]

The Hopeful Collaboration Changing Local Schools

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary What does hopeful collaboration look like in the context of education? In this episode, we had the privilege of interviewing Tracey Beal, founder and CEO of School Connect, a model of strategic collaboration that helps […]

Ross Chapman
The Challenge of (Not) Seeking Credit

It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. I started rereading Good to Great by Jim Collins. One of the things I want to continue developing is my understanding of what makes organizations great, whether that’s a business, educational institution, church, or […]

Jobs that Fuel Janitors’ Dreams

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary Today The Faith & Work Podcast kicks off a feature called “Who are the people in your neighborhood?” We’ll hear from people who work and lead in the industries we interact with every day – […]

Harvard & Scripture Agree on How We Thrive

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 thrive? Listen in as The Faith & Work Podcast talks with Ross Chapman, CEO of Denver Institute, on what Harvard and Scripture have to say about flourishing in all […]

Hannah Echols-Grieser
The Flourish Real Estate Network

How one group of real estate agents is using their resources to restore hope in Denver and beyond. “See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.” Isaiah 43:19Americans are becoming less hopeful about their […]

The Subversive Prayer that Will Change the Way You Work

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary On this episode of The Faith & Work Podcast, the discussion is centered on the unlikely topic of the subversive nature of The Lord’s Prayer. Listen in as Joanna Meyer and Abby Worland interview D.J. […]

Disappointment in Our Work

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary As Christians how do we deal with disappointment in our work? How can communicating expectations clearly and asking the right questions of our organization help us navigate discouraging moments? In this episode, Joanna Meyer talks […]

Transform Team Relationships with User Guides

Do you like The Faith & Work Podcast? Be sure to subscribe! Now available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Summary This week the Faith & Work Podcast discusses the importance of making your assumptions at work explicit. Everyone has their own unique working styles, strengths, and quirks that they bring to the workplace. In this […]

Jeff Hoffmeyer
On Earth as it is in Heaven: The Possibility and Promise of Christian Investing

Overview Put your finger in the middle of the Lord’s Prayer and it will land on this phrase: on earth as it is in heaven. Given this prominent position within a prayer that is itself central to Jesus’ call to his disciples to practice the kingdom, it is no stretch to say that these seven […]