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Value In Work

By Dr. Richard Bouch Work is a major part of our lives, and it gives people some of their sense of value and purpose. That's not surprising, as God designed us to work. Tags:  Work

Growing Fruit

by Michelle Medlock Adams Of course you're not going to automatically get along with every coworker in your office. It's going to take some real effort on your part. I mean, even the disciples had problems with each other. Tags:  Fruit, Growth

Death of a Vision - Or Was It?

By Robert J. Tamasy Imagine being a member of the executive leadership team for a cutting-edge, innovative company developing revolutionary new technology with the potential to change millions of lives. The organization's CEO is a magnetic, visionary individual whose infectious energy has everyone primed for an incredibly productive future.

A Lesson from Chesty Puller

By Dwight Hill During the Korean War, Marine General Chesty Puller, along with his men of the First Marine Division were surrounded on every side by hoards of invading Chinese troops at Chanqjin Reservoir (November 27, 1950). To his men Puller announced, "The enemy is on every side. They can't escape!"

Unexplainable Power

By Os Hillman I tell you the truth, we speak of what we know, and we testify to what we have seen, but still you people do not accept our testimony. (John 3:11) When is the last time God did something in your work life that can only be explained as God? Was it yesterday? Was it just last week? A month ago? A year ago? Tags:  Power

The Power of Prayer

By Virendra Vase Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18) Most of us feel a bit guilty when it comes to the amount of time we spend with God. I am no exception to this generalization. Having said that, I have not given up on praying for my coworkers.

Missing the Most Important Thing

By John Eldredge We take folks through a discipleship program whereby they master any number of Christian precepts and miss the most important thing of all, the very thing for which we were created: intimacy with God. There are, after all, those troubling words Jesus spoke to those who were doing all the "right" things: "Then I will tell them plainly, 'I never knew you'" (Matt. 7:23). Knowing God. That's the point.

Time in God's Word is Not a Grim Duty

By Randy Alcorn Frank Laubach (1884-1970) devoted his life to encouraging literacy around the world, with the goal that people everywhere would read the Bible. He wrote an influential pamphlet entitled "The Game with Minutes." In it, Laubach encouraged Christians to keep God in their minds at least one second of every minute each day. Tags:  God's Word, Bible