Josh Chatraw was the founding director of the Center for Apologetics and Cultural Engagement at Liberty University, and Associate Professor of Theology and Apologetics. Prior to his work at Liberty, Josh served as a pastor at Baptist churches in Virginia and Georgia, and completed a PhD in Biblical Studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest. Josh is the author of Apologetics at the Cross (Zondervan). In addition to directing New City Fellows, Josh teaches Foundations, preaches regularly and continues in his ministry of writing. Josh and his wife, Tracy, have two children: Addison and Hudson.

Your Work Matters

If you add up our work time—hours at work, time tidying up the house, the seemingly endless lawn work, the extended homework sessions, the evenings spent answering work emails—the result for many of us is that the majority of life is spent working. And in work, we often sense that there has to be meaning…