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April 13th, 2016

Do You Know Where You Are Going?

Where are you going?  You may ask, “What?”  The question bears repeating, where are you going?  Where are you going in your personal life?  As the leader, where are you going in your business? As I was thinking about those questions, I just could not get out of my mind of a story that I...

April 8th, 2016

How Do You Handle Emotions at Work?

How do you juggle workplace emotions? Dark and stormy seasons blow your way. Spectacular new opportunities emerge. Grief and loss descend. Financial crises loom. Office politics and busyness press on your soul. What about romantic tensions, rivalry, and bouts of bitterness? Must leaders...

April 7th, 2016

What Christian CEOs Look for When Hiring New College Grads

In preparation for meeting with Christian Business Faculty Association, John Beckett surveyed 50 Christian CEOs, all of whom head large public and private businesses and institutions. He asked them to identify the most important qualities they look for when hiring recent college graduates....

via Bill Peel
April 4th, 2016

Faith Works at Omni Hotels - An Interview with Bob Rowling

Faith lived out at work inevitably leads to tough choices. For some it may mean risking ridicule for turning down dishonest gain. Others may forfeit promotion  -- or even lose a job -- for drawing a line in the sand between right and wrong. For Bob Rowling it means many things, including...

March 15th, 2016

Why Joy at Work Matters

According to a massive Gallup poll of more than 80,000 respondents, less than 1/3 of Americans are actively engaged at work. Fifty-one percent are “not engaged” and 18% are “actively not engaged.” Nearly 1 out of 5 people are totally checked out of their jobs. This, I propose is a national...

March 3rd, 2016

What a Christ-Centered Business Is and Is Not

Should businesses be “Christ-centered”? Or, is that calling reserved for your local church? Most Christian business professionals are employed within “Babylonian” organizational cultures. Unlike Daniel, Shadrach, Meshech, and Abednego, these Christians in “Babylonian” businesses won’t be...

February 11th, 2016

How to Go Public with Your Faith Without Being Offensive

As the third-generation leader of his family's group of car dealerships in Georgia, Chris Patton wanted to honor God through the business, but he was concerned that being more open about his faith and the company's Christian values could repel customers and cause non-Christian employees to...

January 21st, 2016

Faith in the Workplace | Legal Protections for Business Owners

Changes in our culture and legal system cause many Christian business owners to wonder to what extent their business can reflect their faith and if it’s even possible to run a business in a way that glorifies God.   An Employer’s Guide to Faith in the Workplace was created by...

January 5th, 2016

The Weekend Reader with Maxwell Anderson

Our friend Max Anderson, author of The MBA Oath, produces a weekly collection of important articles entitled The Weekend Reader. Each week Max scans hundreds of articles then selects five on one big idea or trend in culture.This isn't the superficial click-bait...

December 11th, 2015

Tegu: Building Blocks to Rebuild Communities

The High Calling spoke with Chris and Will Haughey, co-founders of Tegu, about their company's mission in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Every toy the company sells contributes to reforestation and education efforts in surrounding Honduran communities.