By: Rick Boxx
October 15, 2012
Deana, left a meeting hopping mad. She had taken two employee’s rebellion personally. She was determined to fire them both.
Then she read her first ever “Integrity Moments.” That day’s story related to rebellion in the workplace! She learned that her employee’s rebellion was really against God first, and not to take it personal.
Instead of firing the two employees, Deana read them the “Integrity Moment.” They were convicted of their rebellion and repented to God and Deana. Deana has since invested time in mentoring these two employees.
Isaiah 40:11, speaking of the Lord, says, “He tends his flock like a shepherd: He gathers the lambs in his arms and carries them close to his heart.”
As employers, God desires us to love and develop our employees as tenderhearted shepherds would.
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