Hebrews chapter 13, verse 5, says “I’ll never leave you nor forsake you.” But when difficult circumstances arise it’s not always easy to believe God’s promise. We feel forsaken and alone, and faith comes reluctantly.
Imagine you’ve been tirelessly working for years. You’ve put in your dues. Then the boss gives the promotion to the new guy. It’s just not fair! Let's address a similar issue that arose in one of Jesus’ parables.
Sometimes work can feel like a burden, but it’s beneficial because it provides for our daily needs. In the same way, it may feel like a burden to work for Christ. But when we’re obedient, God faithfully and graciously provides for us in return.
In this difficult economy, a lot of people are out of work or suffering from a loss of income. We see it on the news, in our communities, in our churches, and even in our own homes.
Looking for a job is never easy, but when the economy is tanking and new jobs are scarce, it can feel downright discouraging.
When someone loses their job, they aren’t the only ones affected. Often a spouse feels the pain just as deeply.
The number of people out of work right now is staggering. Perhaps you’ve recently lost a job, or you know someone who has. After spending years helping others deal with job termination, Chuck shares his own story about dealing with job loss.
It’s not always easy to find significance and meaning in the mundane assignments on our plate everyday. Bring new life to your workweek with a thought-provoking study in Ephesians.
God’s Word has a lot to say about our occupation, and how we spend our time! Let's open up the book of Ephesians.
If you’ve ever been asked to go against your beliefs to keep your job, you know the tough decision at stake. It’s important to be prepared for those tough choices well in advance.
From the moment we‘re old enough to speak, we’re asked what we want to do when we grow up. And while it’s cute to hear a four-year-old talk about being a fireman or a ballet dancer, it’s a question at the heart of each of our lives, no matter our age.
What are you doing for God today? Whether we work in an office, or in the home, on a job site, or drive a truck, whatever we do, we’re to give it our very best. Let's find guidance in God’s Word.