Darrow Miller and Friends

LifeWork Featured in World Magazine

If you read World Magazine, you may have noticed that Darrow Miller and the Disciple Nations Alliance were highlighted in the August 28 issue.

In a four-page article entitled “Work By the Book,” Editor-in-Chief Marvin Olasky featured two books and two websites that “help Christians to think through how their work is a part of their calling.”

The article gives extended and positive coverage to Darrow’s latest book LifeWork: A Biblical Theology for What You Do Every Day. He also spotlights the MondayChurch.org website we developed to accompany the book.

“A plethora of Christian books and resources concerning issues of work, business, and calling is now available, ” Olasky writes. “I’ve found four particularly useful.” He goes on to recommend two, including LifeWork, which he reviews at some length.

(Olasky’s other top choice is Business for the Glory of God by Dr. Wayne Grudem, theologian and professor at Phoenix Seminary. Dr. Grudem also explores how Biblical truth makes a practical difference in all areas of culture and society. I’ve been privileged to get to know Dr. Grudem over the past year since we both live in Phoenix.)

If you missed the article you can read it here.

We are grateful to our friends at World for this exposure.

– Scott Allen

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Scott Allen serves as president of the DNA secretariat office. After serving with Food for the Hungry for 19 years in both the United States and Japan, working in the areas of human resources, staff training and program management, he teamed up with Darrow Miller and Bob Moffitt to launch the DNA in 2008. Scott is the author of Beyond the Sacred-Secular Divide: A Call to Wholistic Life and Ministry and co-author of several books including, As the Family Goes, So Goes the Nation: Principles and Practices for Building Healthy Families. His most recent book is Why Social Justice is Not Biblical Justice. Scott lives with his wife, Kim, in Bend, OR. They have five children.