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Randy Kilgore

Senior Writer

Desired Haven Ministries Inc

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Desired Haven Ministries Inc

39 Dodge St. #145

Beverly, Massachusetts,01915

United States

Company Description

(Desired Haven Ministries President Cheryl Kilgore serves as the Project Manager for TOW, and has for all of its' five years of effort....more

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About Us

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Randy Kilgore is our Senior Writer and Workplace Chaplain.
A workplace chaplain for more than a decade now, Randy received his M.Div. in 2000, from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (including two years of study at Covenant Theological Seminary) after a twenty-plus year career in business, most of which was spent in senior human resource management positions. Randy returned to seminary to equip himself to (a) write to pastors, in the language of faith, about the stresses workers face in the 21st century; and (b) to write to workers, in the language of the workplace. During his pre-chaplaincy career, he served under three Vermont Governors on state education commissions. Randy was also part of a coalition of human resource managers honored for their work on worker/childcare issues; and was part of a team receiving one of the federal government's first-ever series of workplace literacy grants. He co-founded the Greater Rutland (VT) Area Personnel Executives, co-founded the Rutland (VT) Dependent Care Collaborative, and along with his wife and three other couples founded the Rutland (VT) Area Christian Schools. As a writer and chaplain, Randy has released six volumes of workplace Bible studies (Thirty Moments Christians Face in the Workplace), and two books: Made to Matter: Devotions for Working Christians (Discovery House Publishers: 2008); and Talking About God in the 21st Century Workplace. He also contributes devotions to Our Daily Bread, one of the esteemed publications of RBC Ministries. Randy's writing also appears regularly in magazines and online. Randy also serves on the Executive and Steering Committees for the Theology of Work Project, Inc., an international organization co-chaired by Dr. Haddon Robinson, Mr. Thomas Phillips and Mr. Andrew G. Mills. Cheryl and Randy have two children: Kathryn, a fifth-grade teacher in an elementary school; and Ethan, a freshman Communication Arts Major at Gordon College.


Team - Theology of Work

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Randy Kilgore
Randy Kilgore Workplace Chaplain & Senior Writer, MadetoMatter.org Randy Kilgore Randy Kilgore is Senior Writer and Workplace Chaplain for Desired Haven Ministries and www.madetomatter.org. Serving as a workplace chaplain for more than a decade, Randy received his M.Div. in 2000, from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary after a twenty-plus year career in business, most of which was spent in senior human resource management positions. Serving three Governors on state education commissions, Randy was also part of a coalition of human resource managers honored for their work on worker/childcare issues; and was part of a team receiving one of the federal government's first-ever series of workplace literacy grants. As a writer and chaplain, Randy has released six volumes of workplace Bible studies, and two books: Made to Matter: Devotions for Working Christians; and Talking About God in the 21st Century Workplace. His writing also appears regularly in Our Daily Bread, as well as magazines and online publications. Randy and his wife, Cheryl, have two "nearly grown" children, Kathryn and Ethan; they attend Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts. Alice and her husband, Randy, are the parents of four adult children.


Available Resources

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Our Senior Writer, Randy Kilgore, spent many years in human resources and brings to his writing a keen awareness of the real world of work and people; and his theological training helps him uncover God's views on even the most routine of workplace events.
"One of the more important aspects of our writing and tools," Kilgore explains, "is that in nearly every piece the "punch line" or "key truth" is delivered by Scripture. This does two things, we believe: (1) It identifies God--and not me (Randy) as the source of wisdom; and (2) It helps to get lay Christians back into the Bible in ways that teach them they can not only understand it, but also that God's Word is surprising relevant in even the most modern aspects of our culture.


Turning Our Thinking Upside Down

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012 • Randy Kilgore • Faith and Work
--Randy Kilgore Randy@madetomatter.org Friday, May 11, 2012 • Randy Kilgore • Faith and Work In a work world that values efficiency and action, that places great emphasis on busyness and productivity, that wrestles to squeeze the most out of every action, one of the byproducts is often loneliness. It's a disease as prevalent in the senior reaches of a firm as it is in the bowels of the operation. Holy Ground http://www.madetomatter.org/apps/articles/default.asp?blogid=4631&url=10&view=post&articleid=62676&link=1&fldKeywords=&fldAuthor=&fldTopic=0 Thursday, December 17, 2009 • Randy Kilgore • Faith and Work If you've read "Ethan's Story" in my book, Made to Matter: Devotionals for Working Christians, you know the miraculous story of our son's birth. For a time it looked as if both mother and baby wouldn't survive, but within hours my wife's condition stabilized, leaving only Ethan's life in doubt. Your God Matters at Work http://www.madetomatter.org/apps/articles/default.asp?blogid=4631&url=10&view=post&articleid=14030&link=1&fldKeywords=&fldAuthor=&fldTopic=0 Tuesday, October 04, 2005 • Randy Kilgore • Faith and Work Every Christian is called to full-time service to God.


For the love of those who stumble...

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Friday, March 16, 2012 • Randy Kilgore • Forgiveness
What goes on inside that (detox) facility is terrible and difficult and smelly and terrifying to outsiders, but it's a battle for souls that matter. Too often, though, the battles won inside those walls are lost by what's happening outside, among friends and family and coworkers and employers and church members. Do not lie in wait like an outlaw against a righteous man's house, do not raid his dwelling place; for though a righteous man falls seven times, he rises again, but the wicked are brought down by calamity. Do not gloat when your enemy falls; when he stumbles, do not let your heart rejoice, or the LORD will see and disapprove and turn his wrath away from him. --Randy Kilgore Randy@madetomatter.org Wednesday, January 21, 2015 • Randy Kilgore • Forgiveness Our faith isn't measured by the absence of sin or mistakes in our lives; but rather by our desire to get back up, look back to Jesus, and continue the trek in this two-steps forward, one-step back journey to eternity. Esau, Jacob & the American Civil War http://www.madetomatter.org/apps/articles/default.asp?blogid=4631&url=10&view=post&articleid=82023&link=1&fldKeywords=&fldAuthor=&fldTopic=0 Wednesday, October 10, 2012 • Randy Kilgore • Forgiveness Forgiveness is one of the most powerful acts we humans can muster. When offered unexpectedly and unconditionally, it reshapes--if even for an instant--the lives of all who see or experience it, almost always cementing in both the forgiver and the forgiven the closest possible picture of the moment God receives us as His children through grace. Against the Wind http://www.madetomatter.org/apps/articles/default.asp?blogid=4631&url=10&view=post&articleid=80947&link=1&fldKeywords=&fldAuthor=&fldTopic=0 Monday, August 06, 2012 • Randy Kilgore • Forgiveness


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