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Finding Fulfillment in Life

Some of us try all our lives to acquire a key to a certain washroom in the company, or parking spaces with our names on them. When we receive them, however, what do we have?

  • Dr. Gary Smalley |
  • October 29, 2010 |
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The Values Gap: Burnout Results from Living in Conflict with Values

Work without rest is a clear and obvious path to burnout. Other causes of burnout are not always as apparent...

  • Jason Pankau and Michael Lee Stallard |
  • October 27, 2010 |
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How to Run Your Business by the Book

The best guidebook for business is the most well-read book of all time: The Bible. Here's how you can run your business according to biblical principles.

Correct People Compassionately

Address workplace failures with a balance on relationships and results.

  • Sara J. Moulton Reger |
  • October 20, 2010 |
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Clearing Up Career Confusion

Are you thinking about making a career change? Too often, thinking about it is as far as many people go.

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • October 15, 2010 |
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The Happiness Factors: Fame and Fortune are not on The List

Our media culture, unfortunately, reinforces the wrong idea: celebrities, pop singers, sports stars, and even Internet wizards garner the headlines for their "success," measured in dollars and YouTube popularity.

Why Plan B is Plan A: Learning What God Wants for Your Life

Pete Wilson, author of Plan B: What Do You Do When God Doesn't Show Up the Way You Thought He Would? believes that it is only by overcoming fear and giving up control that we are able to discover the life God has planned for us.

Jack Welch and the Running of the Church

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 29, 2010 |
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Good for Business: Christianity in China

If you owned a factory, what kind of workers would you want? One Chinese businessman knows for certain.

Is There a New Opportunity Right Under Your Nose?

How many businesses do you know of today that continue to do what they've always done, even in the face of a changing market?

Man Up or Man Down? Newsweek Redefines Masculinity

A healthy masculinity should motivate men to find their way in this new world of changed economic realities and work opportunities, and to do this while remaining men.

Do You Wish You Could Get a Break?

One man goes bankrupt and the next one flourishes - in the same industry and locale. What's the difference between the two?

Perfectly Paralyzed by Procrastination

A procrastinator, says Rick Warren, is nothing more than a frustrated perfectionist.

Is Your Work Your Calling or Your Profession?

Our call is to be purposeful and authentic -- Church related work is not necessarily more godly.

Are You Burned Out on Your Job?

Job (or career) burnout is occurring when you experience a prolonged period of being physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually drained and see no possibility of things getting better.

  • Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • September 10, 2010 |
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Three Easy Steps to Curb the Disease to Please

"Do you ever say yes when what you really want to say is no?" Of course I do. Doesn't everyone?

Labor Day: 8 Biblical Principles of Work

Work: Some hate it. Some love it. Some avoid it. Some do it too much. This remains constant: God has a perspective on our work and we are to align our thoughts with His.

Five Sunday Strategies for Mompreneurs

As a mom and an entrepreneur, taking a day off is not in my nature. But keeping holy the Sabbath day is actually a habit that helps me recharge and prepare for the week to come. Here are five simple strategies I use to make the most of my weekly day of rest.

  • Theresa Ceniccola |
  • September 03, 2010 |
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Why Did God Do This to Me?

A reader writes, "I’m at a job that I hate mainly because I feel like every day I’m set up to fail. There’s no job satisfaction... "

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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