Because our hearts so easily shift, we need a regular practice of observing limits in our work. We need to affirm that we are a people called to multiple assignments, not just called to our paid work.
Leadership is an incredible responsibility that goes beyond projects and strategy and managing P&L’s. It is a legacy we step into, a legacy that engages our hands and our heart.
One of the wonderful gifts that God has given human beings is the ability to imagine how processes, systems, organizations, and even the world can be better.
After almost four decades in the workplace, I’ve learned the hard way that left unattended, “the world” will define what motivates your work. And the world will drive what’s important to you in your career.
Whatever your position, you have the capacity to encourage and empower another person at work today with your words. Allow your own heart to be strengthened and refreshed in the gospel and watch as God uses those words to bring life.
Whether they were awaiting deliverance in Egypt, longing to return home from exile, or hoping for the Messiah who was promised, the people of God had a long view of life and salvation.
Intentional investment in others is a basic job responsibility for everyone who is a follower of Jesus.
When was the last time you faced a real battle at work?
Work can also be a place where God reveals the idols we have built and the direction He is trying to offer. Has God shown you anything that occupies the throne of your heart?
Nona Jones challenges us to see innovation within the shifts in efficiency and impact—because true innovation can only be as good as the impact it creates.