How do I handle job requests that challenge my ethics as a Christian? Is some compromise necessary? Or do I always say no? Andrew Laird considers these questions in light of Romans 12:1-2 and the instruction for Christians to be people who "do not conform to the pattern of this world".
Do you think about the future? Your retirement? Where am I going when it comes to my occupation and life after work? An interview with Dr. David Knox (Mercer Superannuation expert) considering these questions.
How much do you get paid? Do you get paid what you're worth? Listen to Dr. Jenny George (Melbourne Business School) talk about money, how we feel about money and why we want to earn more.
What do you do for work? How much do you let that define you? Listen to Life @ Work director Andrew Laird being interviewed about why identity is so important, and how tying our identity to our work can be dangerous, disappointing and ultimately unfulfilling.
Why is work so frustrating? Listen to Life @ Work director Andrew Laird interviewing Kara Martin (Ridley Marketplace Institute) about this topic.
Prayer on your own is important. But when Jesus' taught His disciples to pray His focus was on praying with others. Here are five reasons why prayer with others is just so important.
Stop smoking. Exercise more regularly. Learn a new skill. It’s that time of year when many of us resolve to do something different in the year ahead. But what about when it comes to our work? As you think about the year ahead, why not consider making these four resolutions when it comes to work habits that you develop in 2016.
From gay marriage, to global tragedies, to a humble prayer from 2000 years ago, find out what you were most interested in reading on our blog this year.
Find it hard to tell your colleagues about Jesus? Watch City Bible Forum's Sam Chan explain six simple things that can help make it so much easier.
The deadly terrorist attacks in Paris have shocked the world. The images of the bloodshed, the horrific accounts of those who escaped alive, the pictures of a nation weeping. As a Christian how should I respond? What should I say to my colleagues?