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A woman is typing on her laptop "To quit or not to quit?"

To Quit Or Not to Quit: 3 Matters to Consider

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I recently hit a rough patch at work, and it was a deeply agonising time for me.
Working man trapped in calendar

Stuck in a Job You Don't Like?

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Asking ourselves honest questions can help us understand and address our dissatisfaction in a God-honouring, God-pleasing way.
A woman looks depress and hopeless in her office

I Quit My Job for My Mental Health

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Backstabbing colleagues. Inattentive managers. An unmanageable, ever-growing workload. These were a few of the factors that made me quit my job.

4 Things to Consider When Thinking About Your Job

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For some of us, our current job represents a gateway to a meaningful career. For others, it may be the very means to survival.  Whatever you may feel about your job now, know that God offers Himself to you. You need not go into it alone.

3 Anchors for When You're Coping with Change

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As a business consultant, my job specialty is emotional support consulting. I also specialize in needing emotional support consulting myself. Like my clients, when I am faced with change, I feel a combination of anger, frustration, and fear.

7 Practical Ways to Be a Light in Your Workplace

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We spend most of our day at work. If we’re going to be good witnesses for Christ, “being a light in our workplace” would be a natural place to start, wouldn’t it? But sometimes that sounds a lot more feasible on a Sunday after an encouraging sermon, than it does after several days in an exhausting or abrasively unchristian work environment.

Am I what I do?

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This was the question that was explored over the pulpit at my church a while ago. We learned that Christians are not defined by their jobs (or lack of), but by their identities in Christ

How Can Good Come Out of Job Loss?

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Have you ever lost your job? I have. It feels horrible. My story isn’t one of rejection. I didn’t get fired, so much as the job I had no longer existed. The company chose to cancel a conference it was running, and I was its director.

Landing in the Pig Pen Instead of My Dream Job

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As I walked into the farm yard in my pink-striped wellies and oversized farm gear, I was hopeful that this job would only be for a couple of weeks.