Read articles from our most recent Winter 2014 issue of In Part magazine!

Fulfilling an extraordinary call

The Search for (Eternally) Meaningful Work

Statistics regarding meaning and calling

No boundaries by Cynthia A. Wells

Christ’s call to limitless love of God and neighbor

A ministry of dirty dishes by Perry Engle

Remembering that everything we do is for the furthering of God’s kingdom


Other articles

03.05.15 · Ever wondered . . . what’s calling?

Defining calling

03.04.15 · Consecrated, Lord, to Thee

Responding to God’s call with whole-hearted dedication

03.03.15 · Take your calling to work

How people in any career can contribute to God’s mission in the world

02.25.15 · cALLing

Stories of everyday people loving God & neighbor in extraordinary ways

02.24.15 · Calling or career

Is there a difference between our “calling” and the everyday work we do at our jobs? Voices from our BIC community help us to distinguish between “calling” and “career.”

12.23.14 · Ever wondered . . . what’s application?

Defining application

12.23.14 · FOCUS

A scriptural salutation

12.23.14 · Does the Bible tell me so?

Statistics regarding Bible readership in the U.S.

12.23.14 · Guardrails, centerlines, and travel lanes

Limits and leeway on the highway of biblical interpretation

12.22.14 · Finding Unity in Diversity

How Christians can build our lives on God’s truth—even when we disagree

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Quote of the day

Allow hope to rise up within you. And when it seems that hopefulness is the least appropriate response in a situation, let it rise up even more. Whisper your hope when you lie down at night; scream your hope when you wake in the morning. Live your hope as if it is the one and only thing that sustains you in this ravaged world. You will not be disappointed.

Mark Palmer (1974-2006), pastored The Landing Place (Columbus, Ohio)

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