Christian high school and college students have inadvertently been led to believe that working in non-Christian settings is the preferred way of making the world a better place. This book takes the opposite view. Anthony Bradley argues that it is perfectly honorable and praiseworthy for Christians to work within Christian contexts to add value to the world. Faith In Society profiles thirteen different explicitly Christian contexts that are already serving the common good. ""The phrase 'find your passion' can feel intimidating to most high school and college students. However, this book provides inspiring examples, practical next steps, and an invitation to consider innovative work within a breadth of Christian institutions. Readers will leave motivated and with a greater sense of the variety (and perhaps never-before-considered) roles in God's reclamation project."" --Kimberly Thornbury, Vice President, The King's College Anthony B. Bradley is a professor of religious studies and chair of the Religious and Theological Studies Program at The King's College in New York City. He is also a Research Fellow at the Acton Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan.