Part 2 in our series on "Wisdom at work" from guest blogger Graham Hooper. In this series Graham reflects on what it might look like to be a wise person in the workplace.
Today we begin a new four part series from guest blogger Graham Hooper. We recently reviewed his book Undivided: Closing the faith-life gap. In this series Graham reflects on what it might look like to be a wise person in the workplace. These articles were originally published by Maylon Workplace and are being republished with their permission.
Do you ever feel like there are gaps in your life, gaps between who you say you are and who you are in reality? Gaps between what you profess to believe and what you actually really think. Gaps between who you are in one setting (say the workplace) and another (say the home, or church). It’s these, and the many other gaps in our lives, that Graham Hooper’s book Undivided: Closing the faith-life gap aims to address.
What does Jesus mean when he says "use worldly wealth to gain friends for yourselves" (Luke 16:9)? CMS Victoria Director Wei-Han Kuan explains in this highlight from our recent Life @ Work breakfast, "Mission @ Work".
For more, watch the full talk here.
Pleasure and work – two words that hardly seem to belong side by side. Frustration and work, disappointment and work, toil and work; these seem more suitable bedfellows. But pleasure and work, is it really possible?
How many genuine friendships and relationships do you have with people who don't know Jesus? Ten perhaps? Maybe five? Or maybe even fewer...
For many followers of Jesus it's easy to spend time with other Christians. It feels safe, we know that they won't challenge us on life-style choices we've made because of our faith, and we agree on the big things in life. The phrase "Be in the world, but not of the world" sounds good in principle, but in practice it's much easier to just withdraw from it.
How much of your daily life matters to God? Obviously time spent reading your Bible and praying does. And God undoubtedly takes an interest in your Wednesday night Bible study and church on Sunday morning. But what about the rest? The ordinary, everyday, nitty gritty of life – paying the bills, commuting to work, dealing with clients, securing the deal – how do they feature in God’s plans and purposes?
Welcome to our new Life At Work blog - your new home for articles, book reviews, audio and much much more, all designed to help you think through how your faith intersects with your work. If you're new to our website please take a look around and bookmark the page. We look forward to providing you with great Biblical and practical content to help you live life that is truly life at work.