God in the Service Sector: May I Help You? August 24 NewsletterNewsletter / Produced by The High Calling
Unless you’re living on a deserted island, you probably had a customer service transaction today--buying groceries, making a doctor’s appointment, mailing a package, getting a cup of coffee. Did you look for God in that interaction?
In this newsletter one man’s experience replacing his windshield leads him to think about the potential of all our interactions. A claims adjuster gets out from behind a desk and into people’s losses, thoughts, and memories. And you, reader, will be called to to view your barista as a beloved child of God. Because she is.
Wow! Customer Service
From The High Calling
Can there be a higher calling than getting your cracked windshield replaced? Read more
Connecting to Customers
From The High Calling
When a claims adjuster made it out from behind the anonymity of the telephone into people’s living rooms, she discovered a valuable lesson. Read more
You Shall Not Make Wrongful Use of the Name of the Lord Your God
From the Theology of Work Project
Simply to learn and say someone’s name is a blessing, especially if he or she is often treated as nameless, invisible, or insignificant. Do you know the name of the person who empties your trashcan, answers your customer service call, or drives your bus? Maybe you should. Read more
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