Money, Work & Career

Leading Well: What We Don’t See

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What women leaders need to know about gender-based differences & nonverbal communication. Read more

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Bad Economic Times, Good for Hope

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Times of economic downturn can be a hotbed for despair, but faith in God and a journey down an unconventional path can bring hope. Read more

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Lean In: When Black Women in the Workplace Talk

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An interview with Dr. Ancella Livers of the Center of Creative Leadership on whether Sheryl Sandberg’s book “Lean In” applies to the experience of black women in the workplace. Read more

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Rethinking Sacrifice

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Through the lens of the cross, Rev. Toby Sanders invites us to reimagine what a healthy notion of sacrifice would mean for our vocations and our communities Read more

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Scandal: What to Do With Our Power

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ABC’s hit TV series Scandal raises the question: how will we manage the opportunities and influence that God has given us? Read more

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Sisters and Citizens, Part 2: Open Letter to Black Christian Women

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In part two of Sisters and Citizens, Chandra White-Cummings writes an open letter to black Christian women, making the case for bible-centered cultural renewal. Read more

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Lil’ Wayne, Lecrae, and Redemption

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Lil’ Wayne and Lecrae are both Grammy award-winning rappers. Both are at the top of their game. But there is a distinct difference between the two artists. Read more

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A Tasty Way to Succeed

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Marcus Samuelsson’s memoir tells the story of how an Ethiopian orphan rose through the food service industry to become an internationally renown chef. Read more

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Common Grace Flowing at the Jersey Shore

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Hurricane Sandy did a lot of mischief at the Jersey Shore, but common grace is flowing like a flood. Read more

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Undecided Voters Get a Voice in 2nd Debate

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Undecided voters will have the opportunity to press the candidates on domestic policy tonight, but will they get the answers they need in a tight race? Read more

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