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How to Come Out as a Christian at Work

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It’s scary to be a Christian in today’s workplace. If anyone finds out that we’re a Christian, there’s a good chance they will automatically assume we are haters, bigots, and racists. We will have awkward conversations defending our views on religion. So it’s natural that we want to  stay quiet, never let anyone know that we’re a Christian, and avoid any talk about Jesus.
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5 Godly Attitudes to Bring into Your Workplace

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"God, please give me a job that I would be happy to wake up to every morning for 40 years.” This was my genuine prayer right before graduating from university. I prayed and asked God which path to take—and in the midst of my fears of "getting it wrong" and "screwing up God's plan" for my life, He spoke in a rather unexpected way.

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.

I Wasn't Promoted for 8 Years—and It Stung

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He felt that if someone has been in the job long enough, a promotion should naturally come along. But sadly, this is my eighth year in my current role, and I have yet to be promoted. It was not how I had hoped things would be.

4 Tips to Connect Better with Workmates Through Covid

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Alas, the arrival of COVID-19 has changed the way we work and interact with our workmates. And for some of us, we haven’t physically met with our workmates for almost half a year now. In spite of that, we still have an opportunity to build a deeper relationship with them

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?