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via Bill Peel
April 25th, 2017

Fail Forward

People who have an impact on culture have one thing in common: They don’t believe in failure. It’s not a word in their vocabulary. Instead, they use words like slip-up, setback, glitch or mistake. When they do mention failure, it’s nearly always in a positive light. Thomas...

via Bill Peel
April 4th, 2017

Building Bridges and Serving God

Ever since Jim was a young boy, his singular passion was a career building bridges and highways. His goal was a degree in civil engineering. Then one day he heard a sermon on 2 Peter 3:10: “The day of the Lord will come like a thief. The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements will...

April 4th, 2017

Bill Peel on iWork4Him

http://www.iwork4him.com/podcast/2017/3/the-urgency-of-being-patient

Channel(s): Doing Your Job
March 21st, 2017

All Work Matters | Mike Rowe

In a recent interview on Meet the Press, Mike Rowe, the former host of Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs,” lamented what he perceives to be a general lack of enthusiasm for work—and a particular lack of enthusiasm for the kind of work featured on his show: physically-demanding, often socially...

February 8th, 2017

Workplace Prayer | Praying for Co-Workers

Below are samples of workplace prayers for your week. They're from our friends at PrayersAtWork.com and authored by Dr. James H. Daughdrill. You can sign up to receive weekly prayers via email here.   Monday (Meditation: Colossians 3:12-14)  God, I work with others all day long, and at the...

Channel(s): Doing Your Job, Evangelism
February 8th, 2017

Serving Christ As A Business Owner

Phil Burks of Tyler, Texas, graduated from LeTourneau College in 1974 with a degree in electrical engineering technology. Back in his days as a “Techo,” he and two others nearly single-handedly put KHYM, a 5000-watt gospel radio station on the air. Burks worked at the campus’ KLET radio...

February 1st, 2017

A Young Perspective on Millennial Job Hopping

I think we might need to accept that things have changed, and millennials just don’t stay in a job for that long. I’m not saying it’s right. I’m just saying it’s true. Right now, “9 in 10 millennials expect to stay in a job for only three years.” (Barna Research) So it begs the...

February 1st, 2017

Designed to Work: Redeeming Architecture

I am what is called a “necessity entrepreneur.” This is a nice phrase for people who started a business after losing their jobs in the recession: in my case, after thirty years as an employee of various small and large firms. In the five years since launching my practice, I’ve had many...

February 1st, 2017

Six Ways God’s at Work in You — At Work

You showed up to work today, but it feels like God didn’t. He feels remote and absent from what you do all day long. There are temptations all around, opportunities for cutting corners. No one else cares one wit about serving God. Conversations are all banal. And yet you believe God is...

February 1st, 2017

Identity Crisis: 7 Lessons Learned from Career Idolatry

I had a mini-meltdown the day after I left my job at one of the top communication firms in the U.S. As I looked in the mirror, I couldn’t help but think, ‘Who is that person?’ I’m serious! Even though I had another job lined up with a solid stack of safety cash in the bank, I had no idea...