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Finding Fulfillment in the Daily Grind

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After another night with only a few hours of sleep, I am in front of my computer preparing for my day. I am in the basement. It’s dark and cold. I feel tired.

The Cobbler’s Shop

Harry’s job in the cobbler’s shop was to pound leather for shoe soles.

Food that Satisfies

Why do you work? This question was part of a lifestyle survey used to determine the happiness of workers.

Never in Vain

In 1882, Antoni Gaudí began construction on the Sagrada Família, a basilica in Barcelona slated for completion in 2026.

Work Matters

“I believe God made me for a purpose, but He also made me fast. And when I run I feel His pleasure,” said Eric Liddell to his sister Jenny in the movie Chariots of Fire.

What If I Never Get My Dream Job?

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If we rewind to my high school years, my dream was to be a military pilot. It was a dream planted in me by my father. He wasn’t a pilot or even in the military, but we shared so many common interests, and watching planes was one of them.

More than Co-workers

Abbie had been working in the same company for two years when she began to realize that her colleagues were more than just people who happened to work in the same place.

Whatever You Do

God’s kingdom includes every aspect of our lives. As we pledge allegiance to King Jesus, our values and perspectives are transformed. Knowing God’s purposes for our lives changes the way we engage with others.

People Perspective

Christ’s transformational work in us calls us to a new way of thinking, including in our jobs (Romans 12:1-2). Our culture often sees work as primarily a means of serving ourselves. We easily forget that as believers in Jesus we should be viewing life from a “people” perspective.