EQUIPPING WORKPLACE-READY DISCIPLES
Are you part of that "army” of Christian believers God has strategically deployed throughout the work world? Soldiers sent into a war zone need to be battle-ready. Your work world is a spiritual war zone. As a Christ-follower who spends a major part of your waking hours there, you need to be workplace-ready. This website offers insights and resources to help you prepare to represent Christ where you work.

My book, JOB-SHADOWING DANIEL: WALKING THE TALK AT WORK, suggests that you look to Daniel as your mentor. Daniel spent many decades in the pagan work world of Babylon—yet he continued to serve God and his community through all the ups and downs. For more on the book and how to order it, click on the cover image to the right or go to the resources page.

  

GOD MAKES WORKPLACE BURDENS LIGHT

 

Click on the links below to:

—Read the latest blog and interact with other believers in the work world.

—Order the book, SERVING CHRIST IN THE WORKPLACE.


—Download a free study guide for this book. 

—Read any of these short articles on a biblical view of everyday work:    

  1. Mirroring God
  2. Becoming Christ-Like
  3. Supporting Believers
  4. Embodying Truth
  5. Doing Earthwork
  6. Reaching Forward
—Learn about a workplace-ministry seminar your church can offer.

—Find links to other resources that can help equip you as a believer in the working world.

 
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I'm prepared to contend that the primary location for spiritual formation is the workplace.
- Eugene H. Peterson, CHRIST PLAYS IN TEN THOUSAND PLACES
There is truly no division between sacred and secular except what we have created. . . .Holy people must . . . take up holy orders in farming, industry, law, education, banking, and journalism with the same zeal previously given to evangelism or to pastor and missionary work.
- Dallas Willard
Our workplace is often the single greatest source of tension. Dual realities that tug us in different directions converge on our jobs. On the one hand, work is the place where we are immersed in the world; on the other, it is the place where we are called to reflect the light of the gospel.
- Greg Ogden, THE NEW REFORMATION
"Every Monday morning a great mission force goes off to the secular workplace. Does the church need any more local mission strategy than this? If we support and nurture Christians in secular work--and they remain in the church--we will have local mission workers in full time Christian witness."
- Doorey Julian, REALITY MAGAZINE, Issue 38
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