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Passion Shouldn’t Be a Prerequisite for Work

At first glance, one cannot help but read and think... "What!? Of course we should be passionate about our jobs!" It's how we do our best work, right? Author Michaela O'Donnell Long shares her personal story with Relevant Magazine on how if she never took the quick jump into a side-startup, she would have never been able to go on the journey to discover her personal...

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How Can Christians Be Both Prophetic and Wise in the Workplace?

The following is an excerpt from Darryl Williamson shares some wisdom on how to go about being a devoted employee, while also remaining a faithful witness to Christ in the workplace. - Darryl Williamson is the lead pastor of Living Faith Bible Fellowship in Tampa, Florida, a Council member of The Gospel Coalition, and is currently wor...

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10 Characteristics of Movemental Christianity

What is it going to take for Christianity to sweep across the world? ​A lot of people? A lot of resources? A lot of faith? Take a look at Ed Stetzer's article on Christianity Today's The Exchange that outlines the top 10 characteristics needed to see thousands of churches planted across the globe. Full article is available at the button below. What do you think is included i...

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Modeling Christ in the Workplace Through Work Well Done

"Christians in the workplace should be motivated by our desire to glorify God and to inspire others to desire to know him. Work done well is uncommon, and it will be noticed by our colleagues and clients or patients." On The High Calling blog, several reasons why and ways are given to model Christ through excellency in our work. Working excellently in everyday jobs gives God glor...

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Redefining Work

In his talk at the Faith at Work conference, Tim Keller goes through what God intends for our work, and how we have shifted from its intended purpose. Keller offers an incredibly insightful way of thinking about all of our work, even the smallest tasks.

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How do I find a job?

Research: If you don’t have a particular region in mind, try a few web searches by region to find area with the most jobs. has a wide number of local websites you can search Keep in mind that criteria vary by region and even by country so be sure to know the education, experience, and requirements. Network: Use social media such as...

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Catching the Vision. Living the Mission.

2.8 billion unreached souls – that’s a statistic that shakes us to our core. One that charges all of us to respond. So, how can we? The traditional model of missions encourages each of us to drop everything, go for however long we can, and do “ministry”. What if you can’t do that? What if that wasn’t the only way? What if more of us could go, do what we lo...

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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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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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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 discusses the steps needed to heal both personal and professional relationships...

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