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Finding Hope for Work

Finding Hope for Work

In the midst of struggling to overcome challenges at work, hope for work may feel out of reach. But we have hope in Christ, and the season of Advent is a reminder of that. Isaiah paints a hope-filled and beautiful portrait of the coming Messiah. The Messiah...

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Your BEST at Work – Every Day, Every Moment

Your BEST at Work – Every Day, Every Moment

Every day, every moment, we have a choice. We choose what is deserving of our attention. We choose our focus. Consider your state of mind when attention goes to the barrage of emails in your inbox, to the problems you’re facing, to uncertainty about the...

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Title and Rank Are Meaningless

Title and Rank Are Meaningless

Have you ever been in a situation where you felt used because of your professional credentials? Maybe you’ve felt dismissed because of your limited resume. Too often, the ladder to success carries with it a temptation to discard those who lack the...

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How to Move Past Offense

How to Move Past Offense

Part of learning to love is investing time to discover the triggers, land mines, and wounded areas of others in order to avoid causing further harm. This process is foundational in any committed romantic relationship and equally valid in the workplace. But...

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Would Jesus Be a Good Employee?

When it comes to living out your faith at work, there is no complicated, magical formula. It’s all about the fruit of the Spirit. Phil Vischer, creator of VeggieTales and CEO, Jellyfish Labs, explains that if Jesus was walking around the workplace, he...

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Can Job Performance Influence Our Witness?

LoriAnn Biggers, CEO, Bella Vaughan, reminds us that our peers and the people we lead will know we are Christians by our love. But do they? You can’t be self-centered or a terrible manager who threatens employees, then pivot to share the Gospel and expect...

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