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July 24th, 2015

Christians and Boy Scouts – Always Be Prepared

“Be prepared” is the Boy Scout motto, and it applies to followers of Jesus as well. We need not hold advanced degrees in theology or be skilled apologists, but we do need to be prepared to explain what we believe and why we believe it. Consider how you would answer if coworkers posed the...

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July 24th, 2015

Top 10 Things to Remember About Sharing Your Faith

When Christians in the workplace get serious about fulfilling their role in the Great Commission, many have misconceptions that need to corrected. Here are the top 10 things to know. 

May 19th, 2015

Hungry for Purpose in America

Values, character and purpose are top of mind for many Americans these days, according to David Brooks, conservative columnist for the New York Times and author of four books, including, The Road to Character. In a recent oped he wrote, Every reflective person sooner...

April 10th, 2015

Atheism Growing in the Workplace

If it seems like more and more people in your workplace disdain faith in God, it’s not your imagination. An extensive new Barna Group study found that the number of atheists in America is growing. With atheists and agnostics combined into one group called “skeptics,” the study uncovered...

Channel(s): Evangelism
February 22nd, 2015

The Gospel in Blue Jeans

When Johan Lam and Andrew Chen launched their line of men’s clothing in 2003, they named their new brand 3Sixteen, as in John 3:16. The quality of their products has attracted global attention, and today 3Sixteen is one of the fastest growing denim lines on the market. They offer a broad ...

February 20th, 2015

What's In It for Me?

Marketing experts say if you want people to become customers, you need a good product and three things to tip the scales in your favor. Overt benefit. People must clearly recognize “What’s in it for me?” Persuasive credibility. Claims about the product, as...

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February 1st, 2015

Luxury Gifts and the Gospel

In the first-century, followers of Jesus grew from a few hundred on the day of Pentecost to over six million by the end of the third century—considerable growth by anyone’s calculus. Rapid spread of the gospel was less about the work of religious professionals and more about ordinary...

January 28th, 2015

Two Ways to be an Ambassador of the Gospel at Work

How do people see us at work? How well do we represent our Lord in the workplace? As representatives of Jesus, it’s important that we realize how much our gospel witness is seen and heard in the context of our competence and character. Just like ambassadors don’t spend all their time at the...

Channel(s): Evangelism
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January 20th, 2015

You May Be the Only Bible They Read

The workplace is filled with spiritually hungry people. Most of them, however, won't connect their own emptiness with their need for God unless they can see the difference Christ makes in a Christian's life.  Jesus could have designed a no-fail distribution strategy for the gospel, but...

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November 3rd, 2014

Earning the Right to Be Heard

Most nonbelieving adults have emotional barriers toward the gospel—experiences and misconceptions that have hardened their hearts and caused them to feel indifferent or even antagonistic toward Christians or Christianity. In this 15-minute presentation at the Faith@Work Summit, Bill Peel...