"If your workplace is anything like mine Easter is that time of the year when your colleagues bring their religious baggage out of storage". Why it can be hard being a Christian in the workplace at Easter...and a way forward.
Witness with lips
Australia is gearing up to follow the lead of other countries and have a plebiscite on same-sex marriage. How should Christians who hold to marriage being between a man and a woman respond when the conversation comes up with our colleagues, family and friends? Here are five simple suggestions.
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?
What do you think when you hear the words "workplace witness"? Guilt? Resignation? Delight? It was this - our daily witness in the office - which was the focus of our 2015 annual conference.
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 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.
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.