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Serving Christ in the Workplace

Glowing without Glaring

Sharing the Light of the world with non-Christians is one more reason God has put us to work in ordinary jobs. But how do we share this light? Do we glow? Or glare? The New...
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Trimming the Lamps

No list, however complete, could fully encompass the various forms of service that we may be called upon to render to our fellow Christians. This is because all true work for our brothers originates in...
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The Daily Grind

Our daily work serves as one of God’s major tools for cultivating and nurturing the life of Christ within us. While we may be eager to have our work used in changing the lives of...
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Up On the Lampstand

When God looks upon the Babylon system of this world, He sees darkness—utter moral and spiritual darkness. Scripture speaks of the “domain of darkness,” and tells us that our struggle is against the “world-forces of...
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Assignment: Babylon

Our God of infinite variety uses many means of positioning His people. . . We who love God are positioned not according to human design, nor simply as a result of our own efforts to...
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No One Can Serve Two Masters

“No one can serve two masters,” Jesus said, “for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will hold to one and despise the other” (Matthew 6:24). Jesus applied this truth...
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Introduction to Serving Christ in the Workplace

I am convinced that our false division of labor into “sacred” and “secular” categories is one of the major reasons that the “twain” so seldom meet. In countless ways the Christian in “secular” work is...
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Forward to Serving Christ in the Workplace

One of the inevitable by-products of materialism is boredom. The materialist must work to acquire more and more, but his work gives him no joy, and that which he acquires through it gives no satisfaction....
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