I encourage you to take a few minutes this week to give these 3 questions prayerful consideration.
The purpose of “Every Job a Parable” is to help kindle a new kind of vocational imagination, to help you experience God at work
more, and to help you read the parable that is your job.
In the Parable of the Three Servants, or, The Talents, Jesus calls his disciples to be ready. They have been entrusted with the Lord’s work, the very Kingdom of God.
Congregations, Neighborhoods, Places is “an attempt to think with congregations, particularly congregations in cities, about how social science can both help churches become more aware of themselves and of those who live around them” (19).
The uniqueness of Winsome Persuasion is that it helps readers prepare to engage by laying the theoretical foundation for understanding what constitutes a counterpublic (section 1), discovering the rhetorical and philosophical tools necessary for engagement (section 2), and wrestling with issues specific to Christian counterpublics (section 3).