Most of us woke up today with the annoying sound of an alarm clock ushering in another Monday morning. Ushering in the reality that for a lot people, when it comes to work or school, they don’t want to be there. That makes me wonder why?
- Do people hate the work and feel trapped in a job that has little meaning?
- Could the job or school represent an accountability they’d rather avoid?
- Maybe, the job is just a reminder that you aren’t where you want to be.
Often the challenge when it comes to work is to see how your job connects with God’s work in our world. So what do you think? What are you doing to order your life around God’s work? What’s working for you?
If you’re looking for some ideas and help – we got ’em! Recently Cornerstone partnered with RightNow Media to provided studies and resources as you live out your faith throughout the week. RightNow Media is essentially the “Netflix of Video Bible Studies” because you will have instant access to thousands of great videos for kids, youth, parents, married couples and more. You can view these videos basically anywhere from your phone, tablet or computer…
There are over 2,000 videos from some amazing teachers like Erwin McManus, Jen Hatmaker, Andy Stanley, Christine Caine, Staci Eldredge, Louis Giglio and Francis Chan to name a few. Simply, click on THIS LINK and we’ll get you started and the great news is all of the videos are FREE for everyone to use. When it comes to work here’s a couple suggestions:
WORK AS WORSHIP LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE 2013
Why do we work? What is the purpose? In these five motivating video Bible study sessions, you will explore how to bring meaning to your work, how God can use you in the marketplace, how to find the needed energy, and how to work with excellence.
John Beckett is frequently asked: “What’s it like at your company? If I visited, what would I see and hear?” This 22-minute piece, Loving Monday: The Video, provides a virtual plant tour of the Beckett Corporation. Broadcast journalist Peggy Wehmeyer asks the tough questions on peoples’ minds: “Is this for real?” “How does one mingle faith and work?” “What are the results?” “Are the concepts transferable?”