Work is Hard... but there's the Weekend!
FINDING WORK IS HARD WORK ... Finding good work is hard. You have to present well, show motivation, passion & willingness. You have to show that you'll do whatever it takes to make your work a success. ... HARD WORK NEVER ENDS ... We "work" 1/3 of our day + meetings, emails, traveling & much more. On top of that, we write reports, worry about results, chase promotions, eat power lunches, have business dinners & share drinks with colleagues. Because there is always more tim
What is the meaning of work?
Check out how theologian Szaszi Bene finds meaning in his everyday work. ... After I drop my kids off at school, I have a half hour drive to work. ... Alone in my car, the quiet of Monday morning in my tiny tin world, I think about the meaning of work. ... The first thing that comes to mind is that work keeps me busy, I earn money to support my family and that some work simply needs to be done. But there is a second thought, a deeper, a more significant reason to work – one t
Pastor Preaches - Be "NICER" at Work
Here is Pastor Johan Verboom preaching on the word "NICER" from our book on "How to be a Christian at Work" - but see what else is going on. ... God & Work has long been an active ministry at Crossroads International Church of Amsterdam, with hundreds of people attending the workshops at all levels - everyone, manager & executive. ... As followup to last year's annual workshop sessions, a Business Mentor program was launched to pair seasoned executives from within the church
Why God might not answer your prayer
I recently spoke on the 4 REASONS why God may not answer your prayers for success at work. ... Nobody had ever heard this at church, even though the teaching was straight from the Bible. ... Here are the 4 REASONS: ... 1) We ask with WRONG MOTIVES – James 4:3 - When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend what you get on your pleasures. 2) We LACK FAITH – James 1:6-7 - But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the
Upcoming God & Work Tour
When I gave the message at church this past Sunday, I got the most serious head-nodding right at my introduction when I said that there is a gap between "church on Sunday" and "work on Monday". ... I guess that’s no surprise - after all, most pastors have never worked in the "real world" and so maybe it's not fair to expect them to deliver a message on Sunday that's a 100% fit with the workplace on Monday. ... This gap between Sunday and Monday is exactly why we started the G