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Category: At Work

  • At Work
I Only Did Paperwork for the Navy

By: Russell Gehrlein

7 minute read

I had a conversation with my father-in-law in September. He reflected on his time in the Navy during the Cold…

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Creativity is a Superpower

By: Susan Wharton Gates

3 minute read

So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he…

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  • Theology 101
Your Call to Community & Your Work

By: Kristie Eshelman

5 minute read

In a previous Relevant article, Curt Devine sums up a dilemma that many Christians—especially young professionals—face: We often sacrifice depth in…

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The Benefits of Working a Job For a Long Time

By: Russell Gehrlein

5 minute read

In my last article, I discussed the potential negative consequences of working the same job for a long time.  However,…

  • At Work

The Bible speaks very highly of planning. For example, Proverbs tells us to “commit your work to the Lord and your…

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I recently wrote an article about the challenges that a worker and his or her family will face when they start…

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Hope for Despairing CFOs (& the Rest of Us)

By: Susan Wharton Gates

5 minute read

What does a sermon preached in nineteenth century Scotland have to do with today’s business headlines? Plenty. Thomas Chalmers, the Scottish…

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My friend Pete has been installing garage doors for over 30 years. He started with a truck and a tool…

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Leading Well Begins with Reading Well

By: Dr. Joshua Nangle

4 minute read

Leadership is more of a posture than it is a position. An employee can have great influence on their organization,…

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Who’s Missing in Your Workplace?

By: Scot Bellavia

8 minute read

As Paul imaged the Body of Christ with diverse but united parts (1 Cor 12:12-31), we can picture the workforce…