God’s Word for Work is a simple, easy, free way for you to host an online Bible study.
It's easy to use this video curriculum with a group of friends or co-workers, online or in person.
Meaning at work comes not from striving more successfully than others, but from viewing work as a...
The more complicated or emotionally challenging the message, the more immediate and personal the medium needs to be.
The events in the book of Ruth reveal how God is at work in the world for good.
Revelation's prophetic vision gives us hope for meaningful work now and forever.
Learn how to discern God's guidance to a particular job or career.
What techniques can a leader use for influence without pulling rank?
How should we understand suffering and hardship in our work lives? The biblical book of Job gives...
What does the concept of "unequal yoking" mean for working relationships?
God gave you specific skills and gifts which he expects you to use for him in your work.
Follow Jesus' step-by-step framework to resolve workplace conflicts.
The first chapters of the bible reveal God's design for human work.
The biblical understanding of meekness is power under control - a strong aspiration for any workplace leader.
From salary disputes to workplace gossip, the Ten Commandments are sorely needed in today's workplaces.
An attitude of humble service should accompany all we do at work.
Trusting God does not mean sitting on our hands waiting for magical solutions to problems.
Working for the Lord means inviting Jesus into your workplace activities and attitudes.
A wise worker, according to Proverbs, is trustworthy, diligent, shrewd, and generous.
Investing in other people may not pay off. That's okay.
John the Baptist invites workers to think about God's intention for their specific professions.
Many unethical workplaces test today's workers in the same way as Esther's palace.
The book of Judges warns us not to put blind faith in the past success of leaders.
Joseph's succes lay in the effective integration of his divine gifts with acquired skills.
According to Song of Songs, work and family can be intimitely connected.
1 Samuel demonstrates good and bad ways to choose a leader.