Articles

March 21st, 2017

All Work Matters | Mike Rowe

In a recent interview on Meet the Press, Mike Rowe, the former host of Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs,” lamented what he perceives to be a general lack of enthusiasm for work—and a particular lack of enthusiasm for the kind of work featured on his show: physically-demanding, often socially...

February 9th, 2017

How to Witness at Work

Every day when you arrive at your workplace, an attitude arrives with you. Our attitudes are like the perfume or cologne we are wearing; we smell the fragrance when we first put it on, but others smell it throughout the day. The fragrance you’re wearing at work, others are picking up. So...

via Bill Peel
January 10th, 2017

Business Can Change Our Cities

Violence in our major cities has filled newscasts these past few years. A breakdown of society has forced some serious questions on politicians, churches, business leaders and private citizens—especially those who are serious about following Christ. Who is to blame for these powder kegs of...

December 22nd, 2016

Why God Loves Business

God could have placed Adam and Eve in the midst of a highly developed world with roads, bridges, buildings, technology, and everything needed for modern life as we know it. Instead, He put us to work as stewards, developers, and co-creators with Himself.

October 19th, 2014

Make Mondays Meaningful | Free Curriculum

“Making Mondays Meaningful: 6 Ways to Glorify God and Serve Others Through Your Work” is a six session curriculum that will help you close the gap between Sunday faith and Monday work. Small groups, classes, or individuals will explore the significance of work with respect to economics,...

December 4th, 2013

Work Matters | Tom Nelson

Tom Nelson's book, Work Matters, is an important book for Christians who want to serve God at work and for pastors who want to equip them. Striking a balance between theological depth and practical counsel, Nelson connects Sunday worship to Monday morning and gives readers practical tools...

via Mojo
May 9th, 2013

Never Describe Yourself as Just a ...

Do you ever wonder if your job is important? Workplace MOJO offers three good reasons why you should never use the word just --"I’m just a bank teller," for example--when explaining your work. At the Center for Faith & Work we believe that both you and your work have inherent...

Channel(s): Calling and Career
via Mojo
May 9th, 2013

Does Your Team Know Their Work Matters?

Matt Monge, Top 100 Leadership Blogger, says leaders often talk about vision and culture, when they should focus on helping employees understand that what they do matters, and how it matters, and to whom it matters. “Deprived of meaningful work, men and women lose their reason for...

March 22nd, 2013

The Great 9 to 5 Opportunity

What do closing a deal, changing a diaper and collecting trash have in common? They all matter to God. Mark Greene, executive director of the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity, explains this truth in Decision Magazine and gives ways to be a workplace workplace witness--wherever...

Channel(s): Evangelism
February 27th, 2013

Work Matters Sermon Series | Tom Nelson

The High Calling shares a sermon series by Tom Nelson on why work matters. Sermon 1: Work is More Than a Curse Sermon 2: More Than a Carpenter, But Not Less Sermon 3: Working in the Spirit View and download the PDF sermon series here. Tom graduated with a masters of Theology degree from...