Few of us need any convincing that work can be difficult, hard, and frustrating. How does the Christian faith address the problems of work? Not by offering a solution from them, but rather a way of navigating through them. And the starting point is understanding the ultimate problem of work, that is, the problem behind these problems.
It’s a question we ask ourselves from the earliest grades of primary school. "What do I want to be when I grow up?" Later in life this question seems to take on a more existential edge, as we hope to find purpose and fulfilment in the right type of work. So how do we find our true calling?
When it comes to the workplace, the story that we are meant to tell our colleagues is that we have got it all together, that we’re competent and in control. That we are completely fine. And yet the reality is, none of us are.
Watch the second two talks in the series Your work in God's story, exploring what the problem behind the problems of our daily labour is.
Three suggestions for how to practically rely on God in the workplace, rather than ourselves.
Watch the first two talks in the series Your work in God's story, exploring what the purpose of our daily labour is.
Three reminders from the Gospel to help you face the joys and challenges as you enter the workforce.
It’s that time of year when we reflect on the year that has been. What were the most read articles for 2017? Here are your top 5.
"The central themes and questions at the heart of the Blade Runner have evolved since 1982. Questions of identity and reality have shifted". How Blade Runner 2049 can be the catalyst into deeper conversations with your colleagues.
Watch the fourth two talks in the series Leadership: Doing it well. Surviving when it's bad, exploring "In the way of harm" - how to be a workplace leader who "takes a hit" for their team.