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What’s the Faith and Work Collective?

The Faith and Work Collective is a blog community designed to provide resources that encourage leaders to mobilize congregations and communities in the integration of faith with work and economics that witnesses to God’s purposes in word and deed to every society.

Who’s it for?

In a lot of ways, the posts we share here are created to help church leaders to better engage their congregations. In a lot of other ways, the Faith and Work Collective is for any person looking for ways to integrate their Christian faith with the hours they spend each week in a secular work world.

Recent Articles


How can you help impact your colleagues' lives for the sake of the gospel? Kevin Kinghorn shares how to encourage your coworkers toward growth.

Listen as we sit down with Samuel Ahn to talk about #GivingTuesday and resources you can use to get your church involved in this movement!

Have you considered being a social entrepreneur but considered yourself unprepared to engage such a large-scale thing? Josh Moon shares how quickly he entered into the world social change through business opportunity.

How does a Wesleyan heritage inform our thinking regarding church leadership? Church Leader Collective offers insight.

What really is a fair wage to pay employees? Kevin Kinghorn shares some things to consider when deciding what to pay valued employees.

On today's podcast, we welcome Henry Timms, Executive Director of New York City's acclaimed cultural and community center 92 Street Y.

We all want good leaders and good team members, but do you know how to choose one? Lee Stevenson shares the key qualities of an ideal team player.

Does each person really have a role in the work of the Church? Kevin Kinghorn shares why even our most marginalized and weak members have a holy purpose.

This week we sat down with Dr. Aaron Perry from Indiana Wesleyan University to talk about leadership theory, leadership principles and spiritual formation.

How much does discipleship really matter? Kevin Kinghorn shares how Christians are called to work themselves out of a job.

Sometimes pastors are not equipped to deal with the type and intensity of problems a member may be experiencing. Misty Lawrence explains how to know when it is time to refer your member to a therapist.

This week we sat down Ryan Stigile from The Unstuck Group to talk about budget cuts.

How do we, as a church, think in a godly way about money? Kevin Kinghorn shares how our theology should drive our economics.

What do you do when someone in your congregation needs emotional or psychological help you aren't equipped to provide? Misty Lawrence shares the importance of having a network of counselors to draw from.

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