Our work was never intended to be transactional. It was designed to be transformative. Since the beginning of creation, God has invited us to co-labor with him in all he has created. Scripture testifies that we were called to work for his glory. What does his divine design for our work mean for us today?
In this webinar, we consider how our work is worship when done for God's purposes and glory. We will discuss a biblical framework of work and consider how our work extends beyond our weekday occupation to all aspects of our ministry and life.
Faith and Work: Humanities
This Faith & Work webinar explores how the humanities illuminate God's unchanging truth in our ever-changing world. Our discussion encompasses the profound historical significance of the humanities (including literature, philosophy, history, art, and theology) as contributors to our understanding of truth. These disciplines shape our worldview, influence our vocations, and contribute to the complexities of human experience. This webinar encourages Christians to think theologically and imaginatively about enduring realities of the human condition in our modern world.
About This Webinar:
Date: Thursday, February 1, 2024
Time: 12:00-1:00PM CT
Cost: Free registration
Jessica Hooten Wilson
Jessica Hooten Wilson is the Fletcher Jones Endowed Chair of Great Books at Pepperdine University and the author of nine books, most recently Reading for the Love of God and Flannery O'Connor's Why do the Heathen Rage? She has received a handful of awards including Christianity Today's book of the year in Arts and Culture, Midwest Independent Publishers award, the 2019 Hiett Prize for Humanities from the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, a Fulbright Fellowship, an NEH summer institute grant, a Biola University sabbatical fellowship, and the 2017 Emerging Public Intellectual Award. She is a Senior Fellow at The Trinity Forum.
Dr. O. Alan Noble is Associate Professor of English at Oklahoma Baptist University. He has published articles in The Atlantic, VOX, First Things, and Christianity Today. He has been interviewed, quoted, or cited in a number of major publications, including The New York Times, and The Washington Post, MSNBC, The Guardian, Buzzfeed, Politico, Village Voice, Yahoo! News, ThinkProgress, The Blaze, WORLD Magazine, and Slate. He lives with his wife and three children.
Dr. Christina Crenshaw is an Associate for Cultural Engagement and Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary’s The Hendricks Center. She is also a Fellow at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Land Center for Cultural Engagement. She has twenty years of experience as a professor, researcher, writer, and speaker. Christina taught as a Lecturer at Baylor University, and an English teacher in both public and private high schools. She has held higher education leadership positions as the Director of Baylor’s Leadership Minor and the Program Director for Truett Seminary’s Faith and Sports Ministry. Her research interests are Christian education, leadership, and the intersection of the Church’s engagement with social issues and injustices. Christina holds a PhD from Baylor University. Of all her work, she is most proud of her husband, Craig, of twenty years and their two elementary-aged boys.