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)
A 90 second practical tip from Graham Hooper on how to think about balancing work and family responsibilities. A highlight from our recent breakfast "The Big Juggle - Balancing work and...family".
“When you work for Jesus, the allure of making your job the object of your worship fades…Not only that, but you also realise it just won’t do simply to slog through your workday…being blind to God’s purposes and thus not caring about your job”. How to avoid the extremes of idolatry and idleness in your work.
How can I be a good husband, wife, mother, father, son, daughter…and keep my boss happy? Graham Hooper addresses the important topic of juggling work and family responsibilities.
One of the reasons why it can often be so hard to talk about Jesus with our work colleagues is that conversations in the office rarely move beyond the latest iPhone or what we watched on TV the night before. That’s why we need to create a space, like lunch together, to talk more deeply.
If you've ever found yourself asking "what's the best thing for me to do next?" then you need to read this book. A productivity book...with a big difference.
“If this is madness, I hope he will bite us all".
How William Wilberforce's life challenges us to live out our faith in such a way that others want it too.
"Hallowed" is an uncommon word in our culture today. So what does Jesus mean when He teaches His followers to pray "Hallowed be your name"? Surprisingly it has significant implications for our work, changing everything about how we undertake our daily labour.