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Category: At Work

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Should Christians Care About Culture?

By: Austin Burkhart

3 minute read

Why is it important that Christians have healthy families? Why does it matter that we have biblical views on business…

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The Value of the Greeting of the Day

By: Russell Gehrlein

6 minute read

When I was about to graduate from high school in 1976, someone in my class was putting together a list…

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For most of us, a twenty-four-hour day can be divided into thirds. We spend a third of our day sleeping,…

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Servant Leadership is a Biblical Mandate

By: Austin Burkhart

4 minute read

Jesus knew that some day his tiny band of followers would have authority over large groups of people. While he…

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IFWE’s Top Ten Blog Articles of 2022

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

6 minute read

2022 was a year of transitions: into new jobs, back into offices, or to post-COVID workplace policies. We’ve all taken…

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As you reflect on the year behind you and make plans for 2023, how should you evaluate your work and…

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The Golden Rule’s Triple-Bottom-Line Impact

By: Robert McFarland

6 minute read

Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen was famous for his rhetorical style because he sounded like a true politician. One of…

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Start With One

By: Phil Stuczynski

6 minute read

Hi! I’m new here. And that’s terrifying in some ways.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m a professional who has been in…

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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…