31 Days Walking with God in the Workplace  -     By: R. Larry Moyer
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Kregel Publications / 2010 / Paperback

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The majority of full-time Christian workers are not missionaries or pastors. They are in the so-called secular workplace. They are teachers, accountants, farmers, factory workers, and store clerks. They are no less called to ministry than their pastors, deacons, or elders, but carrying out that ministry is not easy.Dr. R. Larry Moyer is the president and CEO of EvanTell, Inc., an evangelistic association in Dallas, Texas.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 7.00 X 4.25 (inches)
ISBN: 0825435684
ISBN-13: 9780825435683
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The majority of full-time Christian workers are not missionaries or pastors. They are in the so-called secular workplace. They are teachers, accountants, farmers, factory workers, and store clerks. They are no less called to ministry than their pastors, deacons, or elders, but carrying out that ministry is not easy.

With 31 short, easy-to-digest chapters, R. Larry Moyer provides encouragement and inspiration for living out your faith, regardless of where you work. With real-life examples, suggestions for how to pray, and Scripture passages to study, this book will equip any Christian to spread the good news every day.

Check out Dr. Moyer's and EvanTell's latest project act111.org

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