The gospel transforms our ordinary work into a sacred calling—to redeem souls, systems, and structures. This guide by Ross Chapman and Ryan Tafilowski invites you to reflect on the meaning and purpose of your life's work, helping you transform your work into a way to love God, serve your neighbors, and bring hope to our culture.
How do we bring meaning to our work, instead of being defined by what we do? "Corporate mystic" Barry Rowan invites us to see our work as a chance to serve God by contributing to a better society. With forty short chapters, this book beckons us into a connection with God that will infuse our lives, our offices, and our world with meaning.
Number of Studies: 40
How does everyday law practice relate to Jesus' call to follow him in servanthood? For students considering a career in law as well as for seasoned attorneys, this honest and accessible book from Robert F. Cochran Jr. casts an encouraging vision for how lawyers can love and serve their neighbor in every facet of their work.
Fundraising can be one of the most stressful parts of ministry. Professional fundraiser Brad Layland transforms fundraising into a relational process where donors truly become partners in ministry. Fundraising is best done in community–this book will help you find a community of people who enjoy giving and want your organization to succeed.
Want to unleash the "remarkable" in your team? This guide from experienced leaders will both inspire and equip your team to move from floundering to flourishing. Filled with practical examples, reflection questions, diagnostic tools, and group activities, this resource lays out the practical action plan you need to build an unbreakable team.
What makes for a flourishing workplace? With compelling case studies from the Best Christian Workplaces Institute along with enlightening personal anecdotes, Al Lopus demonstrates how companies and ministries can accomplish work that matters by building fantastic teams, cultivating life-giving work, attracting and retaining outstanding talent, and much more.
God calls Christians of every vocation to participate in his redemptive mission so that every corner and square inch of society can flourish as God intends. Amy Sherman offers a multifaceted, biblically grounded roadmap for enacting God's call to seek the shalom of our communities, showcasing historical and contemporary models of faithful and transformational cultural engagement.
Sharing the principles he has learned over a remarkable corporate and ministry career, Richard Stearns offers seventeen crucial values that transform leaders and their organizations. When leaders embody these ideals, they not only improve their witness for Christ, they shape institutions, influence culture, and create healthy workplaces where people can flourish.
Growing up in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Monique Misenga Ngoie Mukuna persevered through many challenges to become a businesswoman, church leader, social activist, and teacher. In this unique and gripping resource, "Maman" Monique tells her own story as she sheds light on the lives of Christian women throughout the Majority World at work in every level of the church and community.
We tend to view institutions cynically, but they are essential to human flourishing and thriving communities. Focusing on the nonprofit sector, Gordon Smith unpacks the core of institutional intelligence, showing team leaders, directors, executives, board members, and employees how to work effectively within the institutional character of their organizations.
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