Discipling for Change
Media & Educational Technology | 2019 Annual Report
One of the most common points of feedback we receive from our community is the desire to better understand how their faith informs their work. While all DIFW programming is built to equip believers to live out their faith in their workplace as a way to love God and serve our neighbors, our media and educational resources make discipleship available at any time and any place.
Following its launch in Fall 2019, The Faith & Work Podcast reached more than 10,000 downloads in 2019. With guests like David Brooks, a columnist for The New York Times, and Michaela O’Donnell Long of Fuller Theological Seminary, The Faith & Work Podcast offers listeners a variety of voices on topics such as calling, science, and culture.
Additionally, 2019 saw the growth of Scatter.org (recently renamed The Faith & Work Classroom) as an online platform of courses meant to connect the dots between faith and work. With more than 25 courses, members can engage national experts like Tim Keller, Curt Thompson, and Amy Sherman as they discover their calling and live it out through their work.
“Denver Institute for Faith & Work is renowned for convening theological, relevant, and practical conversations about faith and work. I’m glad they’re bringing this value to podcasts! Can’t wait to listen in on my way to work as a source of encouragement and vision in the slog of daily work.”@HOME_DENVER, on The Faith & Work Podcast
By the Numbers
- 25 Courses at Scatter.org
- 12,199 Total Downloads of The Faith & Work Podcast
- 600 Active Users on Scatter.org
Editor’s note: “Discipling for Change” is a series of posts from the 2019 Annual Report. Download the full report.