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Redeeming Work: What does it mean? – Graham Hooper

Originally posted at Life@Work here. Sometimes people writing or speaking about ‘Faith and Work’ use the term ‘Redeeming work’. It’s not a term that appears in the Bible, and is often not well explained. I, for one, am left asking ‘what does that really mean in my work situation? In the Bible, to ‘redeem’ means […]

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2017 Transforming Work Conference – Your Job In God’s Story

Welcome to the 2017 Transforming Work Conference information page. Date: Saturday June 17, 8.30am-4.00pm Venue: Brisbane Conference and Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane Brochure: For a full copy of the conference brochure, click here Poster: Download the conference poster here Registration: To register for the conference, click here Early bird registrations – $10 discount prior to May […]

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Can We Ever Have Clarity On God’s Purpose For Our Life?

Many people today see their job as nothing more than a paycheck. But is one’s calling more than that? Steven Garber says yes. He says there is an intimate connection between one’s faith, vocation, and culture. “Vocation is integral,” he says, “not incidental to the missio Dei.” Steven explains how most of what God is […]

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How Our Work Shapes Us – Kara Martin

Great article from Kara Martin describing how our work can shape and fashion us: “We need to be more aware of the different forces working on us, while we work: shaping our worldview, forcing us to choose, impacting on our character. How do we react to different people that we work with? How does the […]

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Host Your Own Transforming Work Conference Resource Kit

On this page you will find all the resources you need to host your own Transforming Work One Caller, Many Callings Conference.   If you have any issues accessing the following files, email Murray Wright at info@malyonworkplace.org,au or call 0406766240 Host Your Own Conference Kit  START HERE Host Your Own TWOCMC Conference Kit – download […]

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Vocation and the Cultural Mandate

Darrell L. Bock and Michael Thigpen discuss issues of vocation and cultural mandate.

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Myths about Faith and Work – Kara Martin

In this article, Kara Martin explores some myths and truths about faith and work: Myths Work is cursed God doesn’t care about my secular work The only way I can be a Christian at work is to evangelise my workmates  If I am a serious Christian I should leave my job Truths  Your work is […]

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5 Ways to Honor Work in Church Services

Helpful article from the people at TGC about how to honour Monday to Friday on Sunday! 1. Preach about work from the pulpit.2. Pray publicly for practitioners.3. Sing songs that celebrate work.4. Share testimonies about faith and work.5. Commission congregants in their vocations.

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Work and Life: Balance, Juggle, Chaos or More?

Hard work? Recently, I listened to a talk given to a group of Generation Y people. The speaker was a young man in his late 20’s and the title was ‘living a balanced life’. Looking at the speaker, dressed in shorts and a T-shirt, and at the audience, I assumed somewhat arrogantly, that this would be an argument for a laid-back lifestyle, involving a minimum of work and […]

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Equipping Ordinary People for Kingdom Work

Source: http://www.tear.org.au/learn/target/equipping-ordinary-people-for-kingdom-work Duncan Brown is passionate about seeing the Church realize its empowering potential. Now a Queensland farmer, his passion has extended in many directions: as a journalist with leading newspapers, a senior pastor of a vibrant church, director of Scripture Union Queensland overseeing enormous growth, social entrepreneur, and a church consultant.  Tim Johnson spoke with […]

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