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He Is ‘God With Us’ at Work

He Is ‘God With Us’ at Work

Isaiah 7:14 contains one of the most simple, beautiful and powerful statements of Advent. The virgin’s son will be called Immanuel, God with us. Immanuel is a name with broad and sweeping implications. He is relational. First, our God is relational, existing...

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Ever Feel Forgotten and Overlooked at Work?

Ever Feel Forgotten and Overlooked at Work?

The work that night began like so many others, but became a night like no other. Perhaps God saw the shepherds and broke into their world to announce that He had, in fact, entered the world. The shepherds’ terror was met with reassurance. The message was...

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How God Notices Our Work

How God Notices Our Work

The shepherds rushing to the manger on the night of Jesus’ birth is one of the clearest snapshots of how good the good news of the incarnation, when God became flesh, was and is. So often we get swept up into the beauty of this story – and rightfully so. But...

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“How Do I Center My Ambition on Christ?”

“How Do I Center My Ambition on Christ?”

Discerning the voice of God from one’s own ambition is a challenge. However, it doesn’t need to be. Grabbing hold of God’s will for your life is neither a mystical nor aimless pursuit. Ambition, when the true motives behind it are checked against...

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Long-Lasting Success Is Up to You

Long-Lasting Success Is Up to You

Long-lasting success is not a result of pedigree or family name. Not alma matter, or even lack thereof. Name recognition or who you know might give you a foot in the door, but making something useful of your career is up to you. You’ve got to do the hard...

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God Has A Plan For The Work You’re Doing Today

God Has A Plan For The Work You’re Doing Today

“What should I do with my career?” “How do I know what I’m called to do?” “I thought I wanted this career, but it no longer feels right – what do I do?” ... These are questions I’ve heard from people at all stages of their career. There are those who know...

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Make Your Work Sacred

Make Your Work Sacred

“Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life: You should mind your own business and work with your hands, just as we told you, so that your daily life may win the respect of outsiders and so that you will not be dependent on anybody.” – Thessalonians 4:11-12...

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