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Navigating the Ethics of Work

When I worked for a bank we were trained to scan people’s profiles for potential products we could offer. This could mean we suggested people move to a different type of account, add a credit card or sign up for a loan. You now know why some of your

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Posted by David Frederick on 01/11 at 09:05 PM

Categories:  • Adult Equipping

The Simple Things

When was the last time you thanked your garbage man? Monday mornings are a source of excitement for my kids as they get to see the big truck roll up and take away all our stinky trash. To them it is like a giant robot vehicle, for me it is a breath

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Posted by David Frederick on 01/04 at 04:03 PM

Categories:  • Adult Equipping

A New Storyline For Work

Have you ever walked into a movie late or started a tv show midway through a season? Any story would be confusing if you did not have a grasp on the plot, what’s come before and where it is leading. Think about watching just one episode of Stranger

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Posted by David Frederick on 12/15 at 10:41 AM

Categories:  • Adult Equipping

What if Your Work Didn’t Make a Difference?

Would you keep working at your job if you knew it didn’t make a difference in the long run? You’d still make the same wage, have the same compensation package and you’d even get to keep your work truck… or office... or cube… or desk in the “bullpen”

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Posted by David Frederick on 10/26 at 02:18 PM

Categories:  • Adult Equipping

Working the Ground

Anyone who has planted a garden knows that it is hard work. You first pick your plot of ground to make sure you have enough space and sunlight, then comes all the hard labor to break up the ground, remove rocks and weeds and work to get the soil

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Posted by David Frederick on 10/12 at 01:44 PM

Categories:  • Adult Equipping

The Dignity of Work


Why does work matter? Hopefully as we are moving through this series you can answer that question both with personal experiences and with a deeper understanding of God’s design for work.

One of the reasons that our work matters is that God cares

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Posted by David Frederick on 10/04 at 03:37 PM

Categories:  • Adult Equipping

The Fine Line Between Hard Work and Rest

“As being made in his image, then we can assume that rest, and the things you do as you rest, are good and life-giving in and of themselves. Work is not all there is to life. You will not have a meaningful life without work, but you cannot say that

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Posted by David Frederick on 09/29 at 10:34 AM

Categories:  • Adult Equipping

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