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Finding Courage to Grow in Your Leadership at Work

“For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline.” – 2 Timothy 1:7 Today’s business environment is fast-paced, complex and filled with constant change. It can be overwhelming for anyone, and certainly challenging for young adults just getting their careers started. Dr. Eli Jones, Dean of…

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Our Top Most Read Blog Posts for Your Leadership Growth

Today we’d like to share with you our most powerful blog content created over the years. Go ahead, take a look! I’ll bet there’s one you’ve yet to read or might want to share with a friend or co-worker. Regardless, there’s no doubt you’ll discover life-changing content that will help give your work more purpose…

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Influence at Work: Every One Counts

I recently visited the last session of a Leadership@Work Study group that was completing Esther: A Leader of Influence. I don’t often visit the last session of this workplace Bible studies, but when I do, it’s always a blessing to hear participants share their insights. I think you may find the insights of one man…

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Our Top Posts and Podcast Episodes from 2015

Can you believe it? Another year has officially started! Looking back, there were some great topics from 2015 that we want to take into the new year! Here is a list of our most popular blog posts and podcasts of 2015. Blog Posts 17 Powerful Workplace Scriptures Identity Crisis: 7 Lessons Learned from Career Idolatry…

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5 Ways To Turn Your Job Into a Calling

Does your work really matter to you? Do you see that it can have purpose and meaning? Or, is it just a job or a career … a means to an end? Yale psychologist Amy Wrzesniewski has made a living out of studying how the mental perceptions we have about our jobs affect performance. After…

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6 Signs You Might be a Lukewarm Christian at Work

If you are a Christian and you have any interest in trying to close the gap between your faith and work, you need to hear these words today. “I know all the things you do, that you are neither hot nor cold. I wish that you were one or the other! But since you are like…

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