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Category: At Work

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Breakfast on the Beach with Jesus

By: Kristin Brown

7 minute read

Imagine a breakfast of fresh, grilled fish and warm bread on the beach after pulling an all-nighter at work. You’re…

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In Dante’s poem Inferno, a sign was posted on the gates of Hell that read: Abandon all hope, ye who enter here!…

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God Watches the Way You Work

By: John Lennox

6 minute read

A Weighty Decision It is our heavenly Father who provides food for birds and clothing for flowers. We, who are…

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By age 30, many young people today are asking themselves the same questions that a 50-year-old would ask, “It this…

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If you are not one of the over 36 million people who have watched UCLA college gymnast Katelyn Ohashi’s perfect…

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Learning to Be Content In Every Circumstance

By: Trevor Badorrek

5 minute read

I am an intensely independent person. I take pride in being able to solve my problems and the problems of…

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Finding Purpose in the Gig Economy

By: Steve Lindsey

8 minute read

We’ve all seen it growing, used it, and may even have found ourselves offering our own labor and services as…

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Japan has a problem that foreshadows the future for many developed nations: a falling birth rate. Its fast-shrinking population means…

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Overcoming Shame in the Workplace

By: Elizabeth Moyer

5 minute read

The teacher called my name and I felt my face ignite. Blood rushed to my cheeks and I knew immediately…

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Why Does God Have Me in This Lowly Job?

By: Dr. Art Lindsley

6 minute read

“Climbing the corporate ladder” is a phrase frequently used in a negative way to describe someone who is selfishly advancing…

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