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Are You Trying to Do It All Yourself?

Each of us have felt it — we are working on a project that we either feel unequipped, unprepared, or unsupported in our efforts to get it to the finish line. Overwhelmed and alone. But for many of us, we can also experience this same feeling when trying to show our faith through our work,…

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Leading with Love in the Workplace

What does courageous leadership look like for you? Last Friday, at our 3rd Annual Workmatters FORUM, we went deep on this specific topic. Twelve incredible speakers from across the U.S. and around the world helped hundreds of leaders in the room become better equipped with knowledge, skills and vision for leading with courage in their…

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Serving Others at Work

“For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” – Mark 10:45 The recent onslaught of bad news can throw the best of us off our game. Add to that the challenges occurring in workplaces all around us every…

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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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It’s Time to be Brave and Courageous

For each new day we’re given, we have opportunities to be brave. For some of us, this may mean risking our life for other people or standing up for a cause we believe in. However, for many of us, bravery looks quite different and yet, just as important. Bravery may mean speaking up in a…

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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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Who Has True Impact on You at Work?

It’s football season — an exciting  time for fans who can’t wait to generously give great players and teams enthusiastic support with their time and shouts of praise. The more successful a player is, the bigger a celebrity and the more people want to see him and get his autograph. But celebrity status is not…

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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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Is it Monday Yet?!

We’ve all been there — tough days, long weeks, counting down ‘till the weekend begins. And while God established rest from work as a time for us to get re-energized, be still in His presence, and function properly, there’s also this mindset that most of us have fallen slaves to at one point or another…

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Your Words Have Power

Most us have been there — either through overhearing, instigating or as a victim of an ugly pastime of many office cultures — workplace gossip. Oftentimes, many feel the tension between not giving into the temptation of gossip as a way to “build trust” with another coworker, and knowing we need to speak up and…

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