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We try to find ways to help people (ourselves included) tap into the deep resources of their own faith or spirituality and thereby find sources of strength, purpose, and wisdom in their work lives.

This can involve exploring spiritual practices, engaging the Bible and the Christian tradition, and considering the connections between the practical or secular aspects and the spiritual aspects of our daily work.

The Center for Faith and Enterprise

We try to find ways to help people (ourselves included) tap into the deep resources of their own faith or spirituality and thereby find sources of strength, purpose, and wisdom in their work lives.

This can involve exploring spiritual practices, engaging the Bible and the Christian tradition, and considering the connections between the practical or secular aspects and the spiritual aspects of our daily work.

FEATURED RESOURCES

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Building Productive Working Relationships: The Role of Personal Values

PODCAST & ARTICLE

Work-Related Burnout: What Can We Do About It?

PODCAST & ARTICLE
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Liberate the Human Spirit! Some Workplaces Seem To Crush the Human Spirit

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The Power of Integrity: The Story of Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife

PODCAST & ARTICLE


Entering the State of Flow: Is There a Spiritual Connection?

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Passion for Work. When Is It Positive? And When Is It Negative?

ARTICLE


Preparing Leaders for Crisis: The Role of Religious Institutions

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Work Related Stress Part 1: Can Your Faith and Spirituality Help?

PODCAST & ARTICLE
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Weathering Financial Crisis: Insights From the Story of Joseph

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Norman Borlaug and the Fight Against Famine

ARTICLE
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Chronic Time Pressure: When There Are Not Enough Hours In the Day To Do Everything You Need To Do

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The Story of King Solomon: Wisdom, Failure, and the Lessons for Our Work Lives

NEW CURRICULUM FOR SMALL GROUPS

Transforming Work is a small group program and curriculum designed for people who take their work seriously and who have an interest in exploring how their own faith or spirituality might inform and support them in their work. The book includes twelve sessions, each one dealing with a practical work issue and including a passage of scripture that might offer a new point of view and commentary and questions designed to encourage reflection and discussion. It is suitable for use both within churches and in the workplace, and does not require any particular theological background. More Information

TOPIC HUBS

Finding Purpose

Can your work or your business be your calling? Finding meaning and purpose in your work can help you work with more purpose and passion, but this is not often easy. More

Spiritual Practices

Practices such as prayer and meditation can help us turn our attention towards God and connect with something deeper than ourselves. More

Workplace Stress

Work can certainly have a dark side — stress, fear, burnout, boredom, depression, anxiety, and other forms of pain. We need to confront these problems and find ways to overcome them. More

Spiritual Aspects of Leadership

True leadership requires strength, courage, passion, and resiliency; it is not easy to remain true to a vision and to lead others towards its fulfillment. More

Markets, Enterprise and Wellbeing

Most people work in the private sector, and specifically for a business enterprise of some sort. When we think about workplace renewal, we should include issues pertaining to work within business enterprises. More

The Role Of The Church

Churches can play an important role in helping people in the workplace tap into the deep resources of their faith and spirituality, especially if they recognize the importance of the daily work of the people in the congregation. More

Join us as we seek spiritual renewal in the workplace.

We believe the time has come for spiritual renewal in our work lives and in the workplace, and that there is a great need and desire for this renewal. 

If you agree, then we invite you to participate with us. One way to start is to join our mailing list to receive occasional updates (less than one per week and you can unsubscribe at any time) about new events, programs, and material. These updates can be forwarded to others who might be able to benefit from them.

We would also appreciate receiving your comments and advice as we move forward. We can be reached at 626.355.8489 or by email at mail@faithandenterprise.org

You can find other ways to participate here.

Thank you!

I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.

John 10:10 (NRSV)