Steve Garber

Dr. Steven Garber is Professor of Marketplace Theology and Leadership, beginning August 2017. Dr. Garber is an award-winning author and teacher who has spoken widely on the nexus of faith, vocation, and culture. He holds a PhD in the Philosophy of Learning from Pennsylvania State University and an MA in Psychology from Goddard College.

Dr. Garber comes to Regent College most recently from his role as Principal of The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation and Culture in Washington, D.C. Recently, The Washington Institute partnered with Regent to create ReFrame, a film-based exploration of what it means to follow Christ in every part of life. Dr. Garber served as one of ReFrame’s Associate Producers.

Dr. Garber’s practical and thoroughly grounded theological vision has made him a compelling voice in a diversity of contexts. His speaking engagements have included Fuller Theological Seminary, Beijing Film Academy, the University of Virginia, Calvin College, London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, Covenant Theological Seminary, Laity Lodge, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Wheaton College. He is also a highly valued advisor and consultant, working with businesses, foundations, and educational institutions including Demdaco Corporation, Mars Corporation, Murdock Trust, Blood:Water Mission, and Telos Group.

Dr. Garber’s most recent book is Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good (InterVarsity Press, 2014). His previous book, The Fabric of Faithfulness: Weaving Together Belief and Behaviour During the University Years(InterVarsity Press, 1996), won the Hearts and Minds Book of the Decade award. Both publications have won awards from Christianity Today. Dr. Garber is also a regular contributor to The Washington Institute's blog, Commons.

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Vocation as Common Grace for the Common Good

Steven Garber