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Faith at Work

Faith at Work

Get Your Free e-Book HereWant to learn more on what the Bible says about work? Sign up below for a free e-Book on the subject! First Name * Last Name * Email * When Mary was sixteen and getting ready to go to Harvard, she wanted to study business. She also wanted to serve Jesus. Torn by what she saw as conflicting desires, she marched into the office of her Presbyterian pastor in Salinas,...

Faith at Work

Get Your Free e-Book HereWant to learn more on what the Bible says about work? Sign up below for a free e-Book on the subject! First Name * Last Name * Email * When Mary was sixteen and getting ready to go to Harvard, she wanted to study business. She also wanted to serve Jesus. Torn by what she saw as conflicting desires, she marched into the office of her Presbyterian pastor in Salinas,...

Sharpening Your Generational, Relational Ax In Your Workplace

Sharpening Your Generational, Relational Ax In Your Workplace

What could happen in the workplace if Christians in business had a generational, relational ax to sharpen instead of one to grind? “If the ax is dull and its edge unsharpened, more strength is needed, but skill will bring success.” ~ Ecclesiastes 10:10 Get Your Free e-Book HereWant to learn more on what the Bible says about work? Sign up below for a free e-Book on the subject! First Name * Last...

What Does the Bible Say About Work?

What Does the Bible Say About Work?

“Commit your works to the Lord and your plans will be established.” (Proverbs 16:3) It can be such a challenge to head to work on Monday. After a refreshing weekend, we walk back into the office – or log onto yet another Zoom call – and helplessly watch as our frustration and weariness return. How often do we spend Sundays worshiping God, just to turn around and start our Mondays like atheists?...

Affecting Your Office Atmosphere

Affecting Your Office Atmosphere

A boisterous personality and infectious laugh. His presence itself was big and his booming voice even bigger. This was a man that captured your attention, and once you studied him for a moment, you were completely captivated. He engaged all in his path in lively banter. He winked and joked with the office staff until they were jolted out of their administrative doldrums by his charm and wit. He...

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God Brings Prayer Focus to the Office

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May I Help You?

Don't you find it appalling when people who make a living in service-oriented jobs act as if you are presuming upon them by expecting to receive the services they were hired to render? You walk up to a clerk at a fast food restaurant and she looks at you with that...

Being Unashamed

Many believers mistakenly believe that their primary obligation in the workplace is to preach. For some this might be true, but for most it is not. Many misconstrue the Great Commission of Matt 28 and Mark 16 as their mandate. But this mandate was directed at the...

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Ruts pose two hazards for a bike rider. One, they're hard to get out of. Two, they take control of the steering. The words "go to church" create similar risks for Christ-followers. First, you can't escape the words. Everyone uses them. They've become part of our...

The Spirit of God in the Workplace

Do you think of God's Holy Spirit as present or even concerned about your workplace? Is God interested in your Monday through Friday responsibilities? Do you view your job skills as gifts from God? Would God's Spirit empower carpenters, stone masons and weavers?...

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