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Workplace Ministry: Action Steps for the Local Church

Ideas and strategies toward becoming a workplace ministry-friendly church that mobilizes men and women.

Duty and Honor

What is the meaning of integrity? And why do so few people put principle ahead of personal gain?

‘Killer Skills’: When Success Traps You

"Killer skills" are those skills a person does well (and may even be renowned for using) but that they really dislike. A person in this situation may find themselves confused, thinking, “People tell me I do this so well; hasn’t God gifted me to do this?”

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • July 28, 2008 |
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Free Advice for the College Bound

Don’t Let Work Crisis Cloud Your Success

Is a job loss or work crisis clouding your bigger picture of success and accomplishment? Don’t let the pain derail you...

Coaching Corner: The Holy Side of Anger

How you choose to express your feelings can be moral or immoral, mature or immature. But the feelings themselves are neutral. More importantly, they're part of being human. And that certainly includes the human feeling of anger.

Envisioning Your 'God-Sized' Calling

Too often, we either don’t dare to dream at all or let ourselves dream only “safe” dreams we know are achievable within our own power. Here are three ways you can get started in the process of envisioning your God-sized calling...

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • July 14, 2008 |
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Disaster or Opportunity? You Decide

Was losing your job or business a tragedy or a blessing?

Connect your Heart to your Head

When it comes to making money, there are a few non-negotiable components of how I set the stage to work each day...

Hired@Home: Author Helps Moms Explore At-Home Career Options

As a work-at-home mom herself, Sarah Hamaker knows the ropes of being both a professional and a mom — and she’s ready to share her experience, tips and advice for making working at home work for moms from all backgrounds and in all stages of life.

Helping Others Profit Could Profit You, Too

Brannan never looked for gold during the 1848 Gold Rush, but selling shovels, picks and supplies to the wide-eyed miners made him California’s first gold-rush millionaire...

Life after College: Become a Financially Savvy 20-Something

The challenges today's 20-somethings face may be different than a previous generation’s — but, probably no worse. Here are some things I wish someone had told me in my 20's...

Conquering Your 'Calling Blockers'

"Calling blockers" are things that get in the way of you seeing who you have been created to be, finding out what you are gifted and called to do, and/or taking the needed actions to live your calling.

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • June 02, 2008 |
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What God Does When Men Lead

In What God Does When Men Lead, author Bill Peel helps men identify their unique God-given talents, by encouraging them to put aside doubts and insecurity, boldly embrace leadership gifts and use them to transform their family life, workplace and church. Read an excerpt.

Bouncing Back from Job Loss

No matter how it happens, a job loss is painful but don’t get caught up in the negatives. This will only sabotage your immediate future.

Hardship or Opportunity?

Could it be that there is an opportunity in something you consider a hardship right now? Most inventions, great books, and leadership skills emerge from those tough times in our lives when we needed a solution or the fortitude to just survive.

We All Need Somebody to Lean On

Without support from those around us, we tend to be less willing to try new things or go down non-traditional paths.

What Do You Want to be When You Grow Up?

What would be the perfect job title for your current position? And how would you title the perfect position?

Still Selling Typewriters?

Are you using business principles that were effective 20 years ago - but are dreadfully out of date today?

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