Faith in the Workplace


Faith in the Workplace

Faith discussions at work?  What's accepted, what's the norm?  How can we work within the guidelines (if there are any) and yet share the gospel with all nations as we are to do for God's glory?

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Headed back to the workpace a Believer

Started by Carolyn Jones. Last reply by Carolyn Jones Jul 1, 2011. 3 Replies

I left corporate America 6 years ago to be home and educate my children.  I also started a home based business which is what lead me to Christ in 2005.  Working this business with other believers has…Continue

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Comment by mark stephen miller on August 17, 2011 at 5:14am
I work for the government, everyday there are opportunities to share the kingdom of God with others.  We are salt and light, by our actions, preferring others over ourselves, supporting and encouraging our fellow workers, praying for the sick, God loves to do miracles in the marketplace, and love, which there is just so little of these days.  It's all of these things that set up a trap of God's love for people to fall into and not want to leave.  Usually the people I initially don't like end up being friends and important opportunities in my life. Glowing in Harbor City.
Comment by Carolyn Jones on August 9, 2011 at 9:15am
I have been submitted by a consulting firm to a position at Honda Manufacturing, a Japanese culture work environment.  That ought to be interesting...  Even though it's an office job in IT, the business staff and assembly line staff are treated the same - Japanese equality - so everyone wears a uniform and you can't have a cup of coffee at your desk because the assemblers cannot, etc.  I have heard from friends there are small groups of Christians that sometimes meet at lunch time.  Interested to learn more.
Comment by Lorraine A. Molyneaux on August 1, 2011 at 6:04pm
The workplace is a wonderful place to share our faith.  Everyone needs prayer and no one has ever said no when asked if I could pray for them -- then I take their hand regardless of who is there and I pray.  For those who phone and I don't meet personally then when I sense they need prayer -- I simply ask and then pray with them over the phone.  I don't have fear because when we honour our Lord Jesus Christ and confess his name he takes care of the rest.  Share your faith everywhere, all the time.

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