Do you know someone who’s heavily invested in the rules of the Christian walk, and forgets about the affectionate relationship with the living God? Perhaps you’ve fallen into this trap a time or two!
The number of people out of work right now is staggering. Perhaps you’ve lost a job recently, or know someone who has. After spending years helping people deal with job termination, Chuck shares his story about dealing with job loss.
When someone loses their job, they aren’t the only ones affected. Often a spouse feels the pain just as deeply. Discover how to work through the grieving process together.
Looking for a job is never easy, but when the economy is tanking and new jobs are scarce, it can feel downright discouraging.
In this difficult economy, a lot of people are out of work. We see it on the news, in our communities, our churches, even our own homes. Discover practical ways you, and your church, can help those dealing with unemployment, or the loss of income.
You may be surprised to hear that the Bible says a lot about your occupation. So often we think God only cares about the spiritual aspect of our lives, but God also cares about our work.
Sometimes work is boring. And at times, the monotony is more than you can bear! Well, even when the routine makes you feel insignificant, you can be sure that your work matters to God!
Many of us have fallen into the habit of thinking that because our careers aren’t directly related to ministry, they don’t have any value in building God’s kingdom. Let's continue a helpful series on the theology of work.
Whether you’re changing diapers, or sitting in the corner office, your attitude about work matters to God!
We all want to make a difference in the world around us. Some minister from the pulpit, others are a voice of reason in politics or the business community. Another helpful discussion on the theology of work.