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Undercover Boss

And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance; for you serve the Lord Christ. Colossians 3: 23-24 In the workplace, we often forget to apply this simple scripture. Often we get so caught up in satisfying the needs and wants of our boss, that we forget who our real boss is. This article written by...

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5 Prayers for When Conflict Strikes

Conflict is inevitable, so how can we prayerfully seek God through it? When conflict arises, asking God for wisdom is the best defense and path toward resolution. Leaning into the Lord's understanding can give us a new heart, new eyes, and a new motivation in any circumstance. This article from The Gospel Coalition, written by author and minister Gavin Ortlund, offers five prayer approac...

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Christians at Work: What it really looks like to unite our jobs and faith

Is work really "Christian"? From the creation account in Genesis, we know that God placed Adam in the Garden of Eden to work. That was his design for man. So why do we view this as a necessity rather than a purpose? How can we shift our perspective from having to do this activity called work to getting to glorify God in our work because He created us to do just that. In this a...

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How To Heal A Disagreement With Someone Who Dislikes You

As we live out our faith in the world, we need to look different, because we are different. We extend grace and forgiveness when the world tells us that we are in the right to feel the way we do. So how do I treat those who have wronged me or I have wronged? In this article, Dale Partridge of StartUpCamp.com discusses the steps needed to heal both personal and professional relationships...

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How Your Contentment Is Killing Your Future

contentment: noun 1. the state of being contented; satisfaction; ease of mind. (dictionary.com) According to the definition, to be content does not mean to be completely comfortable. It means to have satisfacion, and satisfaction means acceptance. Dale Partridge of StartUpCamp.com unpacks how we often slip into times where we think contentment = comfort. In reality, that comfort is m...

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How to Share Your Faith Without it Being Awkward - Relevant Magazine

You have been led to specific people, to be a light in a specific place. - Richard Hillier Relevant Magazine's contributor, Richard Hillier, takes a quick dive into how to naturally lead to spiritual conversations through your work, home, and community environments. These simple tips are true for here and on the other side of the globe! You can access the article below and keep tho...

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The World at Work - McKinsey & Co.

Check out this article written by McKinsey & Company analyzing the labor supply & demand in the midst of one of the most prominent talent shortage crises our world has seen. Here are some of the hurdles the global economy could face by the year 2020: 38 million to 40 million fewer workers with tertiary education (college or postgraduate degrees) than employers will need, or 1...

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Biblical Examples of the MPW.

Each of these Old Testament figures were critical to the work God did in the world. And each of these people have something else in common: they were not full-time ministers. Abraham - was a wealthy businessman and God birthed the nation of Israel from his family. Joseph - was a high level government official and God used his work to save multiple nations from famine. Daniel - was ...

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Mary in the Middle East

Mary* is currently serving in the Middle East. She moved to the Middle East 15 years ago for a job in a hospital as a high-level medical administrator. Her hard work over the years has earned her promotion after promotion. She is now supervising hundreds, in a country where such leadership roles are limited to men. She has learned the language and the culture and she has had ...

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Scatter: Go Therefore and Take Your Job with You

In Scatter, missions innovator Andrew Scott sounds a call for a new era of missions, one that uses the global marketplace for gospel growth and sees every Christian—engineer, baker, pastor, or other—as God’s global image bearer. Andrew has served in over 52 countries and is the U.S. president of one of the world’s largest mission agencies. With eyes on a quickly-growi...

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