Is there a way to see the message of Jesus in such a way that you are not affected by either the successes or failures in your work? That is: is it possible to find a freedom both in your work and from your work?
Should faith be part of the workplace? The reality is that Christians live among many underlying belief systems that impact the cultures we operate in. The question is then, does our faith affect the way we work?
Why can work feel frustrating, pointless or like it’s the distinguishing mark of our lives? If work is to be a good and wonderful thing, why do we encounter these problems? Does what you do define who you are?
In this new series, we’ll discover the meaning that is found when we connect our work to God’s. We spend more time working (whether employed or not) than with family and friends. Why is work such a vital part of living a fulfilling life? Why can it be …
We get it. At Easter, you often hear Christians talking about some guy who was supposedly raise from the dead. What if it is true? Tune in as we pause to wonder, and maybe even believe again.
As we prepare to launch a new year and a new location in Turramurra to the community, we want to share what we are seeing with 2020 vision in mind.
What do you want? What do you really want? We’ll never get what we really want until we discover what is most valuable. And what we naturally want is often in conflict with what we ultimately value. So, in order to figure out what you really want, you …
All of us have had the experience of getting what we naturally wanted, only to discover it wasn’t what was most valuable—it wasn’t what we ultimately wanted. But how do we avoid being deceived by our short-term desires?