This year, for the first time, the Faith at Work Summit features academic papers being delivered on a variety of subjects. The papers are available to read before the summit meets – but only if you are registered!
Check your inbox for the password to access these articles, and contact us if you have any difficulties. If you’re not registered yet, it’s not too late – and consider bringing students for the low student rate.
The papers are linked below. All papers have now been posted!
Books Young People Read: Vocational Discernment Themes in Popular Christian Literature, Alexandra J. Alayan & Benjamin Norquist
Ministerial Entrepreneurship: Re-envisioning Entrepreneurship and Revitalizing the Church, Dean G. Blevins and Rob Gailey
Race, Economics, and Apologetics: Is There a Connection?, Luke B. Bobo
Contemporary Research on Faith, Spirituality and Religion at Work and the Study of Christians at Work, Tobias Brügger and Markus Huppenbauer
Congregation as Co-Worker: Questions and Challenges for Church in Community, Katherine R. Cooper and Lynn O. Cooper
Family-Friendly Benefits Offered by Faith-Based Non-Profits: A Study of Policies, Practices, Drivers and Barriers, Randy Franz, John Godek, Vicki Eveland and Denise Daniels
Preliminary Themes from Focus Groups on Faith in the Workplace held in Three American Cities, Robert A. Thomson Jr., Denise Daniels and Elaine Howard Ecklund
Overlap and Separation: Rethinking Faith-Work Boundaries in the Workplace, Brandon Vaidyanathan
Work as Spiritual Discipline: Example, Frank Laubach, Kent Walkemeyer