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Work Is Not a Curse

Work is as much of a basic human need as food, beauty, rest, and friendship. Sociological studies show that without meaningful work, people suffer emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

How to Stop Praying and Start Doing What God Wants You to Do

Prayer isn't always a good thing. But just like any gift from God, even prayer can be misused.

How to Connect Sunday Worship to Monday Work

"If it falls to your lot to be a street sweeper, sweep streets like Michelangelo painted pictures" - Martin Luther King Jr.

How to Pray the Most Dangerous Prayer

Stretch, enlarge, expand, increase - the Father's purpose. Ever changing from glory to glory.

3 Twitter Tips for Christians
3 Twitter Tips for Christians

Claire Diaz-Ortiz, author and innovator at Twitter, gives Christians three tips for making the Twitter platform a more powerful space.

4 Ways to Work Your Way Out of a Rut

If you’ve never been in a rut in your life, you will be. But, there is good news about a rut: it’s not permanent.

7 Ways Christian Business Leaders Can Conquer Worry

I’m convinced that worry is one of the most devastating hindrances for business leaders, both personally and professionally.

How to Create Successful Working Relationships in Your Church or Ministry

You can create successful working relationships if you boldly work together to fulfill your organization’s God-given mission well.

Having Faith Like the Centurion

The centurion "amazed" Jesus with his faith. Perhaps we should stop and take notice of this feat.

When the World Looks Down on Your Work

Feeling discontent in your work? God desires us to use whatever job we have for his glory.

Should Christian Business Owners Announce Their Charitable Giving?

“But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret.”

How to Explore Careers after Graduation

Highschoolers should learn all they can about different careers via online research and then identify areas that interest them.

My Imaginary Commencement Speech: Five Graduation Myths to Avoid

It is time for me to step down, and for you to step up, into this grand adventure called life. May your awareness of these five graduation myths keep you from stumbling on the way.

6 Reasons Why First Impressions Matter

Did you know that an employer may decide whether or not to hire you 30 seconds after he first shakes your hand?

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • May 22, 2014 |
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Trusting in the Potter's Hands

Fitness journeys begin with hope: visions of change and opportunity. That fervor won’t always be there, but God our Potter is steadfast.

How Christian Business Owners Can Guard Against the Dangers of Isolation

Let's take a look at Mark Whitacre, the man behind "The Informant," and how his life is a warning for Christian entrepreneurs.

  • Steve Hoeft, Cat Knarr |
  • May 15, 2014 |
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How to Go Where God Sends You through Your Church

Follow Jesus’s example of incarnational ministry by being present and deeply involved among the people in your life.

7 Warning Signs it’s Time to Change Jobs

Just like the gauges on your car that warn you of overheating, there are “warning signs” that indicate it's time to change careers.

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • May 08, 2014 |
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Jesus in the Nine to Five

As much as The Lord cares about helping me be patient and kind to my coworkers, He cares about helping me meet my goals.

How One Stay at Home Mom Overcame Fear and Made History

The 2009 movie "The Informant" starring Matt Damon was about a real story - and Ginger Whitacre was the woman behind it.

  • Steve Hoeft, Cat Knarr |
  • May 01, 2014 |
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