via Praxis
January 16th, 2020

Inspiring the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

ABOUT THE COURSE from the Praxis website AT PRAXIS, WE BELIEVE THE FUTURE OF CULTURE DEPENDS LARGELY ON THE WORLDVIEW OF THE NEXT GENERATION OF ENTREPRENEURS, INNOVATORS, AND CREATORS. They have outsized influence on what we consume, believe and desire—as they build products, services,...

via Bill Peel
February 8th, 2019

Rethinking the Rest of Life

"We should work until we die." That's the proposition Paul Stevens makes in his book, Aging Matters: Finding Your Calling for the Rest of Your Life.  Some people are surprised to learn that retirement is a fairly modern idea, and it's one you won’t find in the Bible--other...

Channel(s): Calling and Career
via Bill Peel
November 3rd, 2018

Living in the Lion's Den Without Being Eaten

How does God want us to live in a caustic culture that's becoming increasingly hostile to biblical values?   Should we isolate ourselves and associate only with other like-minded individuals? Join the demonstrations? Fight back on secularists' terms? Retreat within the shelter of our...

June 18th, 2014

Leadership Influence: The New Face of a Christian Marketplace Leader

Can an office assistant or a research associate have influence for the Kingdom of God? My new friend Allyse and her husband Shane met with me last week for lunch, and over gyros we discussed Allyse’s work. She has been working as an office assistant for a doctor who specializes in the care...

via Bill Peel
January 20th, 2014

Why the Church Shouldn't Ignore the Workplace

At the Lausanne Conference on World Evangelism in 2010, Mark Greene, Director of John Stott's London Institute for Contemporary Christianity outlined a significant problem stating: “The 98% of Christians are who are not in paid church work have never been envisioned or equipped for mission...

May 9th, 2013

5 Ways to Train Yourself to Be a Great Leader

Keep your promises, ask for feedback and dress to influence are a few ways Mark Sanborn in recommends training yourself to be a great leader.

Channel(s): Leadership: Workplace
September 19th, 2011

Four Types of Marketplace Christians

Each person has a unique calling to advance God's kingdom in the workplace. However, some are more effective than others. Serial Entrepreneur Michael Eaton charts four types of Christians in the workplace, each with their own set of beliefs, goals, strategies and potential for impact.