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Reject Mediocrity and Reach for Greatness

Our children need encouragement to reject mediocrity, especially the hidden mediocrity of spending significant time and outsized effort on things that don’t really matter.

Is Your Online Image Helping or Hurting Your Job Search?

If a prospective employer researches your name online, what will come up? If you are a job seeker, your online image can make or break your job search.

  • Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • July 14, 2010 |
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Honoring My Wife... and Stressed Out

A reader asks founder, Dan Miller, if he should stick with the job that makes him miserable at his wife's request.

A Graduate's Critical Decision Point

Recently, college seniors graduated, started new jobs, moved into new apartments and are facing a world of new financial obligations. To those who are in debt up to their eyeballs, as well as those who've come through unscathed, I offer this unsolicited advice.

Should You "Sit Out" the Recession?

Is now a time to try something new - perhaps something you've never done before? Or should you sit out the "recession" and wait until "things get better."

How to Fulfill Your Career Potential

What are you capable of achieving in your life and career? This is an important question that often goes unasked.

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • July 02, 2010 |
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How Mentoring College Students Can Help The Slow Fade

The college years are a crucial time for people to engage in relationships that give them encouragement and support. Here's how Christians can mentor college students and help slow the church drop-out rate.

Forecasting Your Future Career

One facet of exploring career options that is critical-but often overlooked-is investigating the future viability and demand for the types of jobs you are considering. Here are some resources for checking into the wage and employment trends for careers of interest.

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • June 26, 2010 |
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The End of Men? — A Hard Look at the Future

As Hanna Rosin argues in The Atlantic, "Man has been the dominant sex since, well, the dawn of mankind. But for the first time in human history, that is changing—and with shocking speed."

Protecting Yourself from a Life Crisis

When career expectations aren't realized, too many people lose vision and hope for the future...

True Optimism in a Wounded Workplace

One of my friends recently went through two rounds of layoffs in her company, a situation all too common these days. How do we deal with this?

8 Principles for Seeking God's Will in College, Part 1

College is a time when we really start to seek the concrete answers to the big question "What is God's will for my life?" Jonathan Morrow, author of Welcome to College, shares Biblically-based principles for current and soon-to-be college students...

Is God Delaying Your Dreams?

Does it seem like God is taking a long time to accomplish a dream in your life? If so, you are not alone.

My John Wooden Story

Freedom from Porn: One CEO Takes a Stand

In the never-ending battle of the technological titans, score one for Steve Jobs. No, the CEO of Apple hasn't come out with yet another groundbreaking iProduct, at least not since the iPad...

Singles in the Church: Faith with Work

If there's one thing to learn from today's economy, it's that we can't derive our identity from our job. Our identity rests in Christ alone, and he provides us the resources we need to work for him first. Your singlehood may even be a tool God can use to make your job its own ministry.

Your First Chance to Make A First Impression

The average job seeker is not equipped to make a positive first impression. At the very earliest steps to a new job we slam the door closed because we are not prepared.

Why Should I Hire You?

How would you answer the interview question,"Why should I hire you?" This is a frequently asked interview question that the majority of job seekers are unprepared to answer...

  • Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • May 31, 2010 |
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What Are You Reading?

If our minds are like mental factories, what am I likely to produce if these thoughts are the raw ingredients I pour into it each morning?

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