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Just Another Day at Work

Just Another Day at Work

Many of you will go to work today. What do you think is your mission at work? Have you even thought about work this way before? If you haven't, now is a good time to begin. You may think that work is a meaningless exercise in futility that you have to do because... well... everyone has to make a living. But work is much more than that. It is your mission field. Regardless of what you do,...

Just Another Day at Work

Many of you will go to work today. What do you think is your mission at work? Have you even thought about work this way before? If you haven't, now is a good time to begin. You may think that work is a meaningless exercise in futility that you have to do because... well... everyone has to make a living. But work is much more than that. It is your mission field. Regardless of what you do,...

A Business Transformed

A Business Transformed

“When I started this business, personal security was one of my main priorities. Several years ago, the Lord changed my heart and now my desire is to serve and glorify the Lord in the work I do and the company does. This desire and prayer have had a huge impact on me and how we operate our company.” Justin owns and operates a freight forwarding business that specializes in transporting fresh and...

12 Things I Wish People Knew

12 Things I Wish People Knew

Isolation is only one of the many dangers of forced sabbaticals…being involuntarily out of work. Many times, though, that isolation inhibits the ability of the person out of work from describing the emotions they’re experiencing. The result is often a deeper alienation, and even a resentment towards those closest to us.The longer a forced sabbatical continues, the more likely it is...

The Sacredness of Work

The Sacredness of Work

An auto mechanic with bruised, cracked hands — the product of years of hard, often thankless work — fiddles with that spaghetti-like labyrinth of wires, cylinders and other confusing stuff under the hood of your car that few of us can even begin to understand. He is a working man you’re mighty pleased to have around when you are stranded out in the middle of nowhere. Tell me his work isn’t...

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God Calls Us All to Our Work

All followers of Jesus are called. Individually. In regards to their work. We were created by Jesus Christ to do something eternally significant at work. When we listen for the voice of Jesus and obey His call to a personal work assignment, then we are literally part...

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