One of the reasons why it can often be so hard to talk about Jesus with our work colleagues is that conversations in the office rarely move beyond the latest iPhone or what we watched on TV the night before. That’s why we need to create a space, like lunch together, to talk more deeply.
If you've ever found yourself asking "what's the best thing for me to do next?" then you need to read this book. A productivity book...with a big difference.
“If this is madness, I hope he will bite us all".
How William Wilberforce's life challenges us to live out our faith in such a way that others want it too.
"Hallowed" is an uncommon word in our culture today. So what does Jesus mean when He teaches His followers to pray "Hallowed be your name"? Surprisingly it has significant implications for our work, changing everything about how we undertake our daily labour.
With the end of the year just around the corner we thought it was the perfect time to look back on 2014 and share with you our top five most read articles of the year. What made the list? Click to find out!
At Christmas time people are often more open to considering spiritual things. So how can we communicate the Christmas message with our lips and our lives to our colleagues? Here are eight simple suggestions
Will we work in heaven? Or is it simply something to fill our waking hours while we wait for Jesus' return? You might be surprised by these reflections, based on thoughts by Timothy Keller...
At the age of 22 I had completed a Melbourne University Science degree and Post-graduate Diploma of Audiology and entered the workforce with Australian Hearing. I remember my first year on the job, being so keen to apply all the knowledge I had acquired during my training, and being somewhat outraged at what I perceived to be the more laid-back, cavalier attitudes of my supervisors. I was ready to take on the world, keen to make an impact.
"The Gospel changes everything". So how does the Gospel change one common aspect of work life - networking? In this short article, Life @ Work director Andrew Laird explains how the Gospel might transform this part of our work.