Does aircraft maintenance have anything to do with God's work? It sure does, according to Paul and Betty Abbott, and their sons Luke and Aaron. The Abbotts took over operations of Covington Aircraft shortly after Paul’s graduation from LeTourneau University and call themselves stewards of a company that belongs to God.
Resources for the Workplace
This collection provides you with with a rich source of resources that can help you personally to experience the power and presence of Christ in your workplace or as you seek to help others live out their faith at work.
- Video clips
In addition, you can click on the Theology of Work Project block to the right and access research and commentary on what God says about work from every book of the Bible.
Making a profit is seen as morally good and honorable in the Bible, but God had a lot more in mind for business than making money.
Workplace Grace is for people who do not have the gift if evangelism, yet want to make a spiritual impact on the people around them.
Winner of Christianity Today and Silver Medallion book awards, Workplace Grace describes how evangelism is a process and helps readers understand how they can move people toward new life in Christ.
Christianity 9 to 5 is ministry that equips Christians for leadership and career success. Created and maintained by Professor Michael Zigarelli of Messiah College, our hope is that you’ll learn alongside of us what it means to do your job as Jesus would do it and that you’ll be encouraged to act on what you’ve learned. Check out the Resource Library here.
What if we could resolve the exhausting struggle between work, family, and spiritual life? What if we recognized a deep connection between faith and business? What if biblical values weren’t roadblocks but actually the source of successful business? What if the real goal of business were more noble than maximizing profit? What if we could see our everyday work as having spiritual value? What if we could approach it as ministry? What if it were our calling, a calling as high as that of a pastor or missionary? What if God cared deeply about our work and wanted to be involved?
Monday Morning Atheist (noun) Definition:
Someone who believes in God but who works like He does not exist.
It's an easy thing to believe in God but work like He doesn't exist - switching God off. You are most likely struggling with Monday Morning Atheism right now without even knowing it. The revolutionary new book, Monday Morning Atheist by Doug Spada, provides insights on this struggle and ways to stop the switch.
Find Peace, Purpose, and Power in your work, today!
What you get with this book:
Become an excellent employer while running an effective business. The Heart of Business by Raymond H. Harris, focuses on the business wisdom found in Proverbs that is vital to personal and professional success.
Written specifically to young executives, this study is divided into four easy-to-follow sections:
• God’s promises
• Our responsibilities
• Avoid these things
• Become these things
Unrealistic expectations. Hurt feelings. False guilt. As we go about our daily lives, we are so often mired down in all kinds of joy-robbing thought patterns and unhealthy habits. But grounded in God's Word, we can move on, set free from these burdens. Through more than 25 years of ministry, author Mary Whelchel has developed insightful wisdom for leading women to experience the true freedom of following Christ.
CAN A PROFESSIONAL CHRISTIAN WOMEN COMBINE A VIBRANT FAITH WITH A PRODUCTIVE CAREER?