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3 Steps to Loving Those Who Drive You up the Wall

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Every day, we pray for new strength so we’d be able to walk out Jesus’ call to love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us (Matthew 5:43-44). But, at the end of each week, we’re worn and exhausted, and find ourselves throwing mental darts at our enemies.

The Unseen and Unsung Heroes of Covid-19

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By now, most of us would have seen multiple posts on social media of everyday citizens clapping at the end of their driveway each evening, or clapping in unison, paying tribute to frontline workers, such as healthcare staff and delivery workers who’ve worked round-the-clock in the wake of #Covid19.

Are You Sly or Fly In Your #wfh Routine?

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Working from home, or wfh, is something most of us have probably started doing in an effort to minimize the spread of Covid-19 in our communities.

Sick of The 9 to 5 grind?

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How do we give our best to God in our work on a daily basis, especially when it’s mundane, hard, and repetitive?

I Had A Promising Career, But I Felt No Peace

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At the age of 24, I had a promising career ahead of me. I had just assumed a high ranking position in an organization whose vision aligned with my own passion for conserving God's creation. I had a title that I could brag about to my friends, which gave me a sense of pride. However, as months went by, I found it difficult to match up to my company’s expectations and my performance at work began to decline.

Editor’s Picks: Best of "Why Do I Do?"

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Take a journey with us as we reflect back on the last three months of 2019, and how we can love God with all that we do, big and small.

What If I've Lost My Passion?

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At an early age, I was already aware of my love for computing, and everything I did was geared towards that end. So, it would be natural to think that after working in the industry for 10 years, I would go on to greater heights. However, after 10 years, my feelings towards my field of work waned.

When I Was Blindly Chasing My Boss' Approval

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I watched intently as a group of HR staff  handed out certificates and a small gift to the month’s outstanding worker. A small part of me hoped they would stop by my desk. But alas, after years of waiting, it never happened.

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.