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Max Jeganathan
In a world overwhelmed by the demands of work, “Bluey” reminds us of the ethical importance of play Read More
Mark Stephens
Work & the New Creation Read More
Makoto & Haejin Shim Fujimura
Why fighting for justice and creating beauty are basically the same thing Read More
Sophie Kesteve; Zoe Ferguson; Lisa Leong
Feeling tired after returning to work? Here are some possible reasons why Read More
Renee Zou
The (Hyper) Consuming Christian Read More
Daniel Sih
How to make space in a world with too much technology Read More
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Justin Coulson
Digital Kids Read More
Kenny Primrose
Plastic pollution: Convenience is king, until it’s not Read More
Robert Emmons
Why Gratitude Is Good Read More
Drew Hunter
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Justine Toh
Work has conquered every day of the week. How do we remain human in a world that worships toil? Read More
Trevin Wax
The Temptation We Most Often Overlook Read More
Anna Kelsey-Sugg and Joanna Crothers
The definition of burnout needs to change, argues Black Dog Institute founder Gordon Parker Read More
Marcello Russo; Ioana Lupu
Why Young Professionals Should Prioritize Rest Over Work Read More
Jeff Haanen
3 Signs We’ve Made Work an Idol Read More
Tony Payne; Philip Jensen
Me and My Coffee Read More
Keith Condie
How to help others without owning their problems Read More
Causha Jolly; Heather MacFadyen
Practical Tips for the Corporate Mom Life (guest post by Causha Jolly) Read More
Akos Balogh
As a Christian, I Went Down the AI Rabbit Hole. Here are 12 things I Discovered Read More
Jen Oshman
Outward Beauty Cannot Bear the Weight of Being Your Source of Hope Read More
Emma Scrivener; Glen Scrivener; Nate Morgan Locke
BARBIE REACTION: Smash the Patriarchy - Smash the Dolls? II 3-Way Cut with Emma Scrivener II SLP 469 Read More
Amy Peeler
Neither Barbie Nor Ken - A Barbie Movie Review Read More
Libby Sander
Workers hate office noise – but is using headphones to shut out colleagues the solution? Read More
Daniel Sih
How to Make Space in a World with Too Much Technology Read More
Laura Wifler
Two Truths and a Lie about Being a Working Mom Read More
Katie Small
Can You Have Too Much Parenting Information? Read More
Chelsea Logan
Resources for Rest Read More
Meryl Herr
Five Ways (Plus One) to Manage Stress Read More
Anne Lim
Wired, Tired and Distracted? Here's the Book We All Need ... Read More
ELISE KOUFOS
Work as Worship Read More
Clare Bruce
Stop Reacting to Pop Culture & Start Redeeming, Says Sam Chan Read More
Max Jeganathan
Glimpses of a world with grace at its core: The Christian Witness of Tim Keller Read More
Angus Boot
Cultivating Christian Hope Read More
Angus Boot
Confident Parenting Resources Read More
Rebecca Abbott
Exhaustion – The New Midlife Crisis Read More
Andrew Peterson
Andrew Peterson on Raising Teenagers Read More
Jen Wilkin; Melissa Kruger
Your Teenager Needs Discipleship Read More
Cheryl Marshall; Caroline Newheiser
7 Tips for Deeper Conversations at Family Gatherings Read More
Andrew Sloane
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many healthcare workers morally wounded — here’s how we might care for them Read More
Drew Hunter
7 Tips For Being a Good Friend Read More
Ian K. Smith
How Much Should Christians Care about the Environment? Read More
Tim Keller
Cultural Renewal through Faithful Work Read More
Gregory Goswell
What Should We Keep in Mind When Considering the Ethics of the Bible? Read More
Christopher Watkin; Simon Smart; Natasha Moore
Who's Afraid of Critical Theory Read More
Gregory Goswell; Andreas J. Köstenberger
Was Violence Against the Canaanites a Matter of Racial Prejudice? Read More
John Swinton
Dementia Read More
Mark A. Clark; Meredith Persily
Remote Working Has Made Developing Relationships With Colleagues Harder --Here's What Workers and Bosses Need Right Now Read More
Astrid H. Kendrick
5 Ways to Create a Compassionate Workplace Culture and Help Workers Recover From Burnout Read More
Kevin Hagino
Who Needs Church When We've Got AI Jesus? Read More
Simon Smart
ChatGPT and the Apocalypse Read More
Sam Wan
A Gentle Christmas and a Realistic New Year Read More
Tony Payne; Phillip Jensen
Is it the season to be jolly? The negatives and positives of Christmas Read More
Anne Lim
Churches Urged to Fill the Mental health Gap Read More
Max Jeganathan, David Fawcett, Stephen Mullighan, Natasha Moore
The Clash of Civilisations Read More
Natasha Moore; Sarah Coakley; Simon Smart
THE PROBLEM OF DESIRE Read More
Simon Smart
Loneliness and the cost of true community Read More
Christianity.org.uk
Queen Elizabeth's faith Read More
James Galea
The Day I Met the Queen (and what it showed me about the King of Kings) Read More
Anna Kelsey-Sugg and Lindy Raine
Paul Bloom says happiness and suffering are closely connected. If you don't believe it, ask a rock climber Read More
Simon Smart; Justine Toh; Natasha Moore
Pandemic Fatigue Read More
Mark D. Roberts
Prayers for Workers: When You’re Feeling Burned Out Read More
Natasha Moore
When did not coping become the new normal? Read More
Stan Grant
The census shows Australians are becoming less religious but why have we chosen to live without God? Read More
Meredith Van Der Klip
The Day of Small Things Read More
Kara Martin
Women Can Have It All, Just Not at the Same Time Read More
Craig Broman
Prepping to return to the office Read More
Brian S. Rosner
5 Myths about Your Personal Identity Read More
A Pastor who has spent many years serving in Asia
Postcards from Mariupol April 22 Read More
MISSY WALLACE and BRANDON J. O'BRIEN
A Holistic Understanding of Creative Goodness in the Workplace Read More
Happiness is becoming more unaffordable, researchers say. But there are still some things money can't buy Read More
Simon Hill
Book Review: Joined-up Life: A Christian Account of How Ethics Works Read More
Daniel Doriani
Book Title: Work: Its Purpose, Dignity, and Transformation Read More
Susan Harris
How do we read? Read More
Christopher Ash
Entering into the Loneliness of Job Read More
Denise Lee Yohn
We’re Not Having A Work Crisis; We’re Facing An Identity Crisis Read More
Teena Dare & Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith
Seven Ways to Rest Read More
Tim Chester
How can we achieve a balance between work and rest? Read More
Tim Challies
A Picture of Perfect Rest Read More
Tim Chester
Why am I so busy? Read More
Daniel Ziffer
Work from home is the new normal as employers struggle to make the daily grind work Read More
Jenny Brown
Nurturing ourselves through the mental health crisis Read More
Tom Habib
Breaking the COVID Purity Spiral Read More
Emma Wilkins
We’re all Talking – But is Anybody Listening? Read More
Stephanie Dalzell and Peter Ryan
Working from home likely to stay long after COVID-19 pandemic is over Read More
ABC News Videolab
Want to work four days a week? Read More
Inspired by Rev. Dr. Ashley Null
A Letter to the Mourning Read More
Stephen Liggins
The Olympic Games: Good but not God Read More
Dr Darryl Cross
The Pandemic Tail: It’s called Exhaustion Read More
Brian Rosner
Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety: Four Lessons From Soren Kierkegaard Read More
Wired Insider
AI And The Future Of Work Read More
Richard Bryant
COVID's mental health fallout will last a long time. Here's how we're targeting pandemic depression and anxiety. Read More
Kellie Scott
Signs your colleague is struggling while working from home Read More