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Room 904: My 82-Year-Old Roommate, Brokenness, and the Gospel

Room 904:
My 82-Year-Old
Roommate,
Brokenness, and
the Gospel

By: Crystal Chen Sometimes God uses unexpected circumstances and even  unexpected people to teach us the beauty, grace, and strength of the gospel.      In January 2012, I found myself sharing a hospital room with Ms. Rosenberg, my 82-year-old roommate. The stay was unexpected, a seemingly frustrating hurdle when I was just about to get back into the swing of...

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Applying Calling

Applying
Calling:

6- Week
Course

Dates: Tuesday evenings April 11th-May 16th, 7:30-9:30pm Location: Redeemer Offices Limited space available. Dave Evans and David Kim have collaborated to develop a new course integrating the theological principle of Calling into incarnational practice. How is our faith & work theology lived out on the ground in the everyday rhythms of our working lives? This 6-week course w...

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Gotham Alumni Spring Quarterly | Radical Collaboration

Gotham
Alumni
Spring
Quarterly |

Radical
Collaboration

Date: Thursday, April 27th, 7:30-9:30pm Location: Redeemer Offices, 1166 Avenue of the Americas, 16th Floor Limited Space Available How do we cultivate new ideas towards effective implementation and fruitful execution? How might the Gotham alumni network better leverage the gifts and skills existing within the community to solve problems, create new works, and build momentum towa...

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New Faith & Work Podcast

New
Faith & Work

Podcast

Subscribe to the Center for Faith & Work Podcast. Weekly talks, lectures, and conversations about the intersection of theology and culture as it applies to our everyday work. Topics range from vocational-specific (business, law, arts, education, etc.) to practical resources regarding prayer, discernment, calling, and more. Subscribe to us on Soundcloud or ITunes.

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Community Breeds New Life

Community
Breeds

New Life

This year's Gotham Class of 2016 recently participated in their mid-year retreat, providing an opportunity to take an in-depth look at their own hearts to recognize the reality of the brokenness beneath our motivations for work. Through teaching, reflection, discussion, and prayer, the fellows reflect on the power of the gospel necessary to put to death these idols as Christ's...

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 Curt Thompson: Vulnerability Reframed: Healing Shame & Promoting Human Flourishing

Curt Thompson:
Vulnerability
Reframed:

Healing Shame
& Promoting
Human
Flourishing

Psychiatrist and author Curt Thompson explores the impact of shame in impairing work communities, and how the gospel fosters a renewed form of vulnerability as a solution. Curt Thompson, M.D., is a psychiatrist for a private practice in Falls Church, Virginia and the founder of Being Known, LLC, an organization that develops resources to educate and train leaders about the intersec...

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