"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.
"How does joyfully and eagerly doing our work well call attention to God’s worth, value and significance? Because this can be selfless work. It communicates that what matters most to me is not how I am advantaged by my work, but how what I do advantages others".
"We work not just to fill our bellies, or put a roof over our head - as important as those things are. Christians should see their economic activity as an act of worship" (Ken Barnes).
What would a theology of work, aimed at children, look like? How can I help? God's calling for kids is one attempt to do just this.
How do I balance work and church? Kara Martin, Associate Dean of Ridley Marketplace Institute, reflects on how to close the gap between Sunday and Monday.
Find out how you could win lunch for yourself and a work colleague in May and June in our new competition
How one simple word conveys not weakness, but confidence. And not a confidence in ourselves but in the Gospel. This is the evangelistic power of the apology.
How might the true meaning of Easter shape the way that we live and speak in the workplace at this time of the year? How might we both declare with our lips and display with our lives to our colleagues what Easter is really all about? Here are six suggestions.
Did you know that working wisely is not only a good thing to do, but that it enhances your workplace witness. How? Read more to find out (including a simple, practical tip for increasing in workplace wisdom)