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 you work.
In the workplace, the average Christian knows 50 non-Christians. And in the workplace Christians spend a lot of time with non-Christians—far more time, perhaps, than they’ll spend with even their best friends. And they’ll spend time with people from all kinds of ethnic backgrounds and from different age groups, which they may not do in their leisure time.
Also, Workplace Grace is a helpful resource for any believer who wants to be a spiritual influence at work.
How are you a witness in your workplace?