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How to Set Boundaries at Work

How to Set Boundaries at Work

Christians often have a warped way of looking at work. Unless someone is working “in the ministry,” they see his work as secular. However, this view of work distorts the biblical picture. All of us — not only full-time ministers — have gifts and talents that we contribute to humanity. We all have a vocation,

The Legacy of Work

  In short, work — and lots of it — is an indispensable component in a meaningful human life. It is a supreme gift from God and one of the main things that gives our lives purpose. But it must play its proper role, subservient to God. It must regularly give way not just to

We Know That in All Things

We know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose. — Romans 8:28 What a tremendous claim Paul makes in this verse! He does not say, “We know that in some things,” “most things,” or even “joyful things” but “ALL things.”

Are You Working for Rewards that Last?

What are you working for? Money, power, fame, and comfort? A school building named after you? A company that lives on after you’re gone? A house at the beach? Helping a lot of people? Using your talents? The rewards Jesus provides are far greater than anything the world offers. And they last forever! Consider what Paul writes

What’s the Point of Marriage? Part 2: Gardening

The Purpose of Marriage – Watch the Video God put Adam in the garden to “work it and take care of it.” That was a part of human’s job description. The not-alone God says, “Let us make mankind in Our image, in Our likeness, so that they may rule…” Then God says, “Be fruitful and increase in

Multi-Careering

Multi-Careering: Leading a Life That Means Something

No matter what stage in life we find ourselves – fresh out of college, nearing retirement, or somewhere in-between – at some point we all find ourselves wrestling with deeply personal and theological questions of vocation, calling, and purpose. These challenging questions don’t come with easy answers, but when considering who could best address this

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