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Work as Worship Intro (2:45)
Work Re-defined (1:56)
A Business With Compassion (6:35)
Created to Create (3:38)
Witness at Work (3:38)
More Than a Hobby (5:46)
There is No Separation (1:37)
The Florist (2:17)
The Work Rap (4:15)
Learn how worship does not begin and end on Sunday. God has given Weekdays so that we can fulfill His purpose for each of us in our workplace. In other words, Work as Worship!
Why do we work? What is the purpose of our work, which can take so many hours in our day? This reflective illustration shows how we are divinely placed, wherever we work. It is our opportunity to worship the God who made us by the excellence of our endeavors.
Are you worshiping work? This clever illustration challenges us not to worship our work, but to use your talents and skills in the marketplace where God calls you.
Bill Yeargin, President and CEO of Correct Craft, and others, describe the rich history and faith culture of Correct Craft. Correct Craft, which builds Nautique boats, was founded by the Melloon family with the mission statement "To build boats for the glory of God." Along with many faith initiatives, they first strive to live in such a manner that employees, who may never go to church, come to Christ.
This real-life story connects a local church, a business, and Compassion International. David Platt, Senior Pastor of The Church at Brook Hills, talks about how they encourage people to use their skills and areas of work Kingdom advancement. James Warren, retired CEO of Warren Averett, talks about using those biblical principles at Warren Averett has brought success to this CPA firm. To further their impact, they've taken on Compassion as a company-wide project to sponsor children in Rwanda.
Co-founders Henry Kaestner (Executive Chairman) and David Morkin (CEO) talk about the values of Bandwidth.com, a successful internet connectivity business. David, John and others in the company share how their work/life/family balance philosophies and practices follow Christian values. They work hard, play hard and serve others.
Megan shares how her career as a designer for Ralph Lauren in New York City is really her mission field. Both in the way she reflects the character of the Infinite Creator through exceptional design, and how she can love and care for her co-workers for the glory of Christ.
Sandy shares how both active and passive witnessing can produce unexpected results.
The founder of Hobby Lobby shares how spiritual investment can generate dividends for the company, its employees, and its customers.
Too often we divide our lives into what is Sacred and what is Secular, but the bible says there is no division! Matt Chandler, senior pastor of The Village Church, helps uncover the truth and challenges you to break down the barrier between the two.
When we see other believers working at churches or going into the mission field, it can leave us with this small temptation to diminish our own importance and value to God's kingdom. This dramatic illustration reminds us that ministry is not a job, but a way of life for every Christ follower.
Bonnie Wurzbacher, Sr. Vice President at the Coca Cola Company, shares about the importance of being partners with God in our everyday work and life.
Many Christians—from the CEO to the teacher to the stay-at-home mom—spend a great deal of time working and yet do not realize how their work intersects with their faith.
The Thrill of 9 to 5!