Christian charities launch forced labour initiative during World Cup tournament
Whether we love our job or hate going to work, everyday depends a lot on who WE are and what WE bring to the work environment.
The unemployment rate in Australia is at a record low. So, is now a good time to look into what opportunities exist for Christians?
Faith and work are often seen as separate but the integration of the two can be an important component of engaging with the community.
The last 15 years has seen significant growth in high skilled jobs. The economic marker of the knowledge economy is intellectual capital, enabling workers to have greater flexibility and freedom to conduct their work from wherever they are.
Life used to fit around work. But now, to some degree, work fits around life. Many of us are now choosing to work from home most days because of the flexibility.
The Twin Rivers Centre was formed in 1992 out of the heart of people with a desire to help their local community. From there it has grown into an amazing facility that offers hope, purpose and direction through incredible programs and services.
Dilemma of an insecure leader: if others excel in doing a job, they fear looking bad. But they also fear that if they do the job poorly, they’ll still look bad. So they try to do everything themselves.
If you know you have talent and you’ve seen a lot of motion but little concrete results, you may lack self-discipline.
Perhaps you thought work came about as a result of the fall. It’s true, work took on a different meaning at that point, but it’s a mistake to think our first parents had no purpose.
God repeatedly says in His Word that He wants us to be successful in life. But as our faces differ, so does God’s plan of success for each of us differ.
Here’s a bit of time-tested wisdom that will help get you the results you want in life: become a good communicator.