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
"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).
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.
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".
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.
"The Gospel changes everything". So how does the Gospel change one common aspect of work life - networking? In this short article, Life @ Work director Andrew Laird explains how the Gospel might transform this part of our work.
Is ambition a dirty word? Is it inherently ungodly and selfish? Or is it appropriate in the life of a Christian? Is there a way to be ambitious that honours Christ? These were the sorts of questions we considered at our second annual Life @ Work conference.
Overlooking the Yarra in Melbourne, we gathered over two nights to hear from four speakers, unpacking the issues surrounding ambition. And what we discovered is that ambition on its own is morally neutral. The key question is, how are we harnessing it?