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Monday Memos: A Daily Devotional for Those in the Workplace.

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Does God really have a plan and a purpose for my work? God is vitally, passionately, and intimately interested in the workplace. Many have embraced the biblical concept of our whole life being impacted by God, and that there is no separation between the sacred and the secular. How do you integrate your faith with your work? Through real commercial experience, author Mark Bilton has walked with God and seen Him open doors that have taken him from the shop floor to the boardroom; from sales assistant to CEO. In this book are 365 short, sharp, insightful messages that are scriptural and applicable to you and your work. They will transform your work life, and your workplace. There is no inconsistency between a Christian worldview and commercial success. Work is a vital part of His plan and purpose for us. We have been lovingly crafted, anointed and appointed, for a particular purpose. We will only reach our full potential as we recognise God's hand at work in our work.
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Product Details

ISBN
9780987339874
Published
September 15, 2012
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
5.05 MB

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