If you feel like your work is defining you and you want it to change, try these three ideas.
Operations ministry, or Ops as we often call it, is all of the various professional work being done by staff, interns and students that build the capacity of the ministry to reach more people.
Feeling pressured to compromise integrity is a common work-faith dilemma. Learn how to deal with these situations while maintaining the highest standards before God and your employer.
By serving operationally, you free up staff to reach nationals effectively. By living overseas, you can be involved first hand in reaching your neighbors as well.
When we show up in our cities and neighborhoods and move toward people with helpful action, we can bring change through the love of God.
Three biblical perspectives will help you honor God through every job you take.
What do you do when people are looking to you to respond to a tragedy? Here are 3 specific things the Cru ministry in Venezuela learned when they experienced loss.
How being available opens the way for friendships and opportunities to introduce others to Jesus.
If our work is going to be more than a job—if it’s going to be a true calling on our lives—then we must ask questions about how we might best serve God. Our work can only be a calling if Someone calls us to it and we work for their sake and not our own.
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