God Has Placed You In Your Workplace for a Reason

 I serve as an administrative assistant for a counseling office. I answer phones, scan files, sort paperwork and handle insurance benefits. I often spend my days at work without the opportunity to mention Christ to the hopeless people coming through our doors or to my co-workers.  I’m not alone. So many of us have jobs that just don’t seem relevant to our walk as Christians. We work as teachers, secretaries, small business owners, wait staff, students, stay-at-home moms or soldiers. We want to serve Christ, but we feel we must relegate our service to Sunday mornings or Wednesday nights. Those on the stages at our churches and out on the mission field do the real spiritual heavy lifting, we think. Is this what God has for us?  …Read More.

I serve as an administrative assistant for a counseling office. I answer phones, scan files, sort paperwork and handle insurance benefits. I often spend my days at work without the opportunity to mention Christ to the hopeless people coming through our doors or to my co-workers.

I’m not alone. So many of us have jobs that just don’t seem relevant to our walk as Christians. We work as teachers, secretaries, small business owners, wait staff, students, stay-at-home moms or soldiers. We want to serve Christ, but we feel we must relegate our service to Sunday mornings or Wednesday nights. Those on the stages at our churches and out on the mission field do the real spiritual heavy lifting, we think. Is this what God has for us? …Read More.