"What do I do with all this money I'm suddenly earning? How can I use it for good, and not become enslaved to it?". The Bible's exciting and adventurous approach to the fruit of our work.
"We are to be a channel through which God’s belongings flow rather than a cul-de-sac where they remain and stagnate". Part two in our series on how we are to handle the fruit of our work.
"The starting point for understanding a Christian approach to money, which is good news, is recognising that we are stewards rather than possessors. That nothing is really “mine”...This truth is wonderfully freeing, lifting the burden of ownership off of us. And it paves the way for us to handle the fruit of our work in a truly liberating way".
"In offering hospitality we are bearing witness to the character of God, and also giving a glimpse of the coming kingdom". What does this look like in the office? A guest post from Kara Martin.
Jesus said His kingdom belongs to little children (Matthew 18:3). Find out why we must then play like children. A highlight from The Big Juggle - Balancing work and...hobbies, exercise & study.
"If you can make your hobby your profession, you never have to work another day in your life" (Cadel Evans). Is this the key to solving my frustrations with work?
Rather than play being a bad thing, find out why Christians must play - a review of our recent breakfast, The Big Juggle – Balancing work and…exercises, hobbies and study.
Why your work matters to God...in just 70 seconds! A highlight from The Big Juggle - Balancing work and church
"I have never heard a sermon or talk in a Christian context about competition. Maybe I have missed out somewhere. Maybe it means that ‘competition’ is not something Christians need to talk about or, want to talk about, in church settings. I suspect it’s the latter".
How should Christians who hold to marriage being between a man and a woman respond when the conversation comes up with our work colleagues? Here are four simple suggestions.