What does it look like to be a Jesus-follower in the workplace? We begin with integrity and honesty. Do you trust Jesus enough to tell the truth when it may produce negative results?

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Do you thank God for everything? Psalm 8 and 9 remind us that God is in control. He chose to put us in the positions we’re in and He gives us our blessings.

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God is my shield and glory. What exactly does that mean? How can God be my glory? How is He my shield?

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How do you draw near to God at work? For me, it begins with punching in. Starting my day by saying, “Here I am God. What do you want me to do today?”

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How to Rest in Jesus. Are you due for some time off? Do you, TGIF? Do you look forward to being off of work or dislike your job?

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How do we become outwardly focused Christians? What does it mean to be outwardly focused? In this Episode of the Follower of One Podcast, Mike speaks with Doug Pollock who is an author, speaker, and coaching evangelist.

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God initiates His work in us. This passage is a great reminder. Mike came across this passage years after he had memorized 1 Corinthians 1:27-29.

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“But I’m Not a Leader!” Is that you? Many faith-at-work messages are instructions for leaders and white-collar workers. But when Mike first became a Christ-follower, he realized faith was…

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Do you need encouragement pursuing Christ? How do we deal with discouragement? Our pastor last week said that he tries to pray instead of sighing.

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What does it mean for us to set our minds? The word translated “set” in this passage is used several times in the New Testament.

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