God Rest Ye Weary Gentlemen

The holiday season is a  time of year when we reflect on what the arrival of Jesus means. Jesus came for the weak, the lowly, the burned out and the oppressed. He came to give us rest. Doesn’t that sound nice? Many of us are working 60, 70, or even  80-hour weeks and could use…

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The Power of Money

Money is a powerful tool. If we feel like we don’t have enough of it, we become stressed and afraid. But when payday comes, a calm rushes over us. A higher than expected cell phone bill arrives in our email, and anger and anxiety swells inside of us again. If we aren’t careful, money can…

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Managing Up in a Way that Honors God

Having a healthy, positive relationship with your boss is critical to enjoying your work, and being effective at your job. But often times, the particular manager you have makes it difficult to have such a relationship. Some managers are stressful to work for, some are obnoxious to you, some are even oppressive to be around,…

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The Hidden Grace of Failure

  “First there is the fall, and then the recovery from the fall. Both are the mercy of God!” -Julian of Norwich Failure is hard. It’s hard because it leaves us fully exposed. Those parts of ourselves that are insecure, driven, scared, and alone are spotlighted in moments of failure. In failure, we find ourselves…

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Who is Making Your Decisions at Work?

“Where there is no vision, the people perish…” (Proverbs 29:18). There is no greater place where the weight of these words are felt than in the workplace. I’ve spoken with countless people who are frustrated with their leadership’s lack of vision, but feel lost in how to change their current situation. So what do you…

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Speaking Up When Stakes are High

As Christians, we have been blessed by God to be a blessing to those around us, especially in the workplace. God expects us to work toward blessing everyone we work with and serve. But how do we handle situations when potential outcomes and decisions work against our God-given calling and instead harm, exploit, or exclude…

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