When to Stay & When to Go

Blog / Produced by The High Calling
Default image

Years ago a person came to me at church and said, "I want to join your church, but I don't know if it is right to leave my church." We ended up having a conversation that ended with both of us admitting that there is no clear-cut answer to the question, "When is it okay to leave." People of faith make commitments to churches and jobs. We understand that other people depend on us. Sometimes we stay because there are higher callings than personal need.When to stay and when to go. This is the hard question facing many people. Is there a right time to quit your job? When is that time? And if you decide to go, how do you do that with grace? Rob Geyer and David Rupert, both professionals, talk about how serious Christians approach the subject of quitting. Sometimes, they say, you are called to stay and make things better. -Gordon Atkinson

There are times when it necessary to quit your job. For anybody, there are conditions that you should not tolerate and with a healthy and vibrant economy, there should be no moral quandary to finding other employment.... But there may be a reason to stay in a bad environment, especially for the Red Letter Believer, the Christian who is committed to living out the words of Christ...Click here to read more.

Red Letter Believers - Red Letter Believers don't just wear a title. They seek to live out their faith -- impacting their jobs, their homes, their communities, and their nation.