CFW’s Inaugural Entrepreneur-in-Residence

CFW’s Inaugural

By Dave Evans Greetings Redeemer! What a joy it is to co-labor with you as your inaugural “Entrepreneur in Residence” at CFW. My journey started 40 years ago as a Stanford undergrad struggling to discern what God wanted me to do with my life. What did faith have to do with work? What was God’s perspective on engineering or business? I had no clue. I was lo...

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Work as an Act of Worship

Work as
an Act

By Ted Jeon I first came to New York City nearly 10 years ago, excited to begin my new career as a financial analyst on Wall Street.  Having just graduated from college, I came to New York with grand visions for my work – to participate in industry-shaping transactions, to work with leading global companies, and to make my mark on the world. However, my initial enthus...

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2016 Faith & Work Conference - Call for Papers

Faith & Work

Call for 

Theme to Explore: This November 10-12, the annual conference hosted by the Center for Faith & Work will examine the theological implications of our vocational relationships with evolving technology. The word technology itself bears so many associations that its essence has been rendered at once elusive yet pervasive, covering a range of definitions while still occupying shado...

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CFW Artists-in-Residence explore “Givenness”



The Center for Faith & Work is pleased to announce our 2016 Spring Artists-in-Residence. Inspired by Marilynne Robinson’s recent collection of essays The Givenness of Things,applicants were asked to craft proposals for new work prompted by the theme ofGivenness. To quote Robinson:  An etiology that implies a lower order of complexity than our given experien...

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Startup Pitch Night Winners



On Thursday, April 28th, CFW hosted its second annual Start-Up Pitch Night, an evening designed to celebrate entrepreneurship and promote innovative gospel-centered businesses and initiatives. CFW seeks to encourage and support entrepreneurs with bold visions to start new for-profit and non-profit ventures that seek to bring gospel-centered renewal to New York City and beyond. Judg...

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The Gospel of Etsy

The Gospel
of Etsy

By Penelope Morgan When I started staying home with my daughter Cecily, I fulfilled a dream and started my own handmade business. In February, I opened a shop on Etsy, selling children’s accessories, toys and décor. is an online marketplace for handmade or vintage items. Amazingly, offers 35 million items for sale from 1.6 million sellers worldwide...

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