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workplace list

On Labor Day weekend, Pastor Doug had a message on the Intersection of our work and faith. A number of you requested his list of practical ways to bring your faith into the workplace. Below are 11 ways to integrate your faith and work. Click here to watch the entire message.


As a Christian in my workplace; it is important to: 

     1. Speak the truth

     2. Demonstrate morality

     3. Do excellent work for God’s glory

     4. Practice humility

     5. Make friends with non-Christians

     6. Withstand temptation

     7. Serve others

     8. Bring grace and peace to others

     9. Speak out against unfairness

     10. Mold the culture

     11. Share the gospel

read the Bible in a year


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TEAM 6:8

The following resources are provided by the Racial Justice Team, not the Church Board or Staff at Cross Roads BIC. Many of these resources are not explicitly faith-based, but are included because of the overall educational value of the resource. They are being suggested, but we are not making any blanket recommendations of all work by these authors/presenters.  Please take this into consideration.


We offer the following resources for further study on Radial Justice and Reconciliation:



EVERENCE FINANCIAL SERVICES

Graduating from school? COVID may be affecting your graduation, but the basics of how to get off on the right financial foot remain the same. Become independent, explore new experiences and share generously with the world with small steps from Everence, our trusted faith-based partner, at everence.com/getting-started.


Join Youth Savings Week! Youths are invited to “grow your green” at Everence Federal Credit Union during Youth Savings Week happening July 12 to 16. They can earn an extra $5 when they deposit at least $15 in a new or existing youth savings account with Everence, the faith-based financial services partner of our church. Learn more at everence.com/youth-savings-week.
 
Read Toolkit to care for your God-given gifts. Learn tips and ideas about how to care for whatever we receive from God. Look at the current issue of Toolkit from our faith-based partner, Everence.