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Today I want to highlight three articles on The High Calling website. This website, to which I am connected through my work at Laity Lodge, offers a fascinating collection of diverse columns, all of which reflect the themes of work, […]

What do anorexia nervosa, zombies, ambition, and a tractor seat have in common? Answer: They are featured in recent posts at The High Calling: Everyday Conversations About Work, Life, and God. “So I Stopped Eating” is the first post in […]

Links to the latest edition of The High Calling.org, a sister ministry of Laity Lodge. Work for God, Not for Money by Ed Gungor This may sound odd, but Christians are to work with an eye toward obedience—not toward a […]

Would you like to have access to literally hundreds of articles and audio clips that help you relate your faith to your work? If so, then you should check out TheHighCalling.org. If you visit my website very often, no doubt […]

In this season of voting, many Christians are weighing in on their preferences. Near my office in Kerrville, Texas, I noticed a church sign that uses the voting metaphor to encourage church attendance: Indeed, we do “vote” when we decide […]

Yesterday I introduced my new daily devotional at The High Calling. As I explained, this website is part of the larger ministry of Laity Lodge (and the HEB Foundation), where I am now serving as Senior Director and Scholar-in-Residence. The […]

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