Monthly Archives: January 2009

Book Review: God is my Coach

The author of “God is my CEO,” Larry Julian, is out with another, practical guide for everyday living. While I think the titles of both books are poor, overly simplified descriptions of the Holy Father, there is plenty of good … Continue reading

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Got a faith in the workplace question?

We are soliciting your questions for Randy Kilgore, author of Made to Matter, Devotions for Working Christians. Randy understands the modern workplace and the difficulties that are before Christians who want to make a difference. Got a question? Email us … Continue reading

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When Christian coworkers act like unbelievers

We are soliciting your questions for Randy Kilgore, author of Made to Matter, Devotions for Working Christians. Randy understands the modern workplace and the difficulties that are before Christians who want to make a difference. Got a question? Email us … Continue reading

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The secret of work

“In order that people may be happy in their work, these three things are needed: They must be fit for it. They must not do too much of it. And they must have a sense of success in it.” — … Continue reading

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Turbulence

“This is your captain in the flight deck and we’ve just reached our cruising altitude of 37,000 feet. We have some rough air up ahead so I’m going to keep the fasten seat belt light on until we get through … Continue reading

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An Inauguration Day Attitude Check

No matter how you voted, this message is for you. As followers of Christ, we offer prayers of blessing upon our new government and our new leaders. As Jesus said, “Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what … Continue reading

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What we can learn from a paperboy

We generally associate “holy professions” as pastors, priest, missionaries and evangelists. But there is much to learn from a simple paperboy. Sam over at New Breed of Advertisers posted this poem last week: Sodden soaked to the skin our paperboy … Continue reading

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Fault Lines

Earthquakes come suddenly and without warning. Scientists with all of their sophisticated equipment still can’t predict when one will occur. They only know that earthquakes will hit at some point but they can’t say when.And like earthquakes, so is life. … Continue reading

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How can I change my attitude toward work?

Do you work with twits, nits or nasties? Are you asked to the impossible — or the immoral? Is your work drudgery and you don’t know how to turn it around? You want to live out the High Calling to … Continue reading

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How should we act in the workplace? P. 3 of Randy Kilgore interview.

Over the next three days, we have been privileged to interview Randy Kilgore, the author of Made to Matter, Devotions for Working Christians. (part 3 of 3)How should Christians act in the workplace?We Christians should live lives that bring honor … Continue reading

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