I recently came across this site whose work resonates with much of what we are doing at Malyon Workplace. ?
The?Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation and Culture (WIFVC) was inspired by the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, begun by the late Rev. Dr. John Stott, which exists to teach people to live in the world under the Word.
Here is an excerpt from the WIFVC website which explains their purpose.
Vocation:?One?s entire life lived in?response to God?s call
The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation and Culture is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the idea that vocation is integral, not incidental, to the mission of God in the world. At the core of our being as humans, what we believe most deeply (FAITH), shapes how we live (VOCATION) which shapes our world (CULTURE). We need a faith big enough to make sense for all of life, everywhere.
The Institute was founded in 2005 by Dr. Steven Garber, author of?Fabric of Faithfulness?and a longtime teacher and professor of whole-life discipleship.? Over the past eight years, The Washington Institute has worked closely with numerous seminaries, colleges, universities, foundations, congregations, and ministries who are also invested in the pursuit of whole-life discipleship. In all of our writing, speaking, and programs, the Institute is committed to common grace for the common good, always exploring the coherence between faith, vocation, and culture.