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Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Henry T. Blackaby
Publication Date: 2008
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Serving Christ In The Workplace: Secular Work Is Full Time ServiceLarry PeabodyCLC Publications / Trade Paperback$5.99 Retail:
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Each page challenges conventional wisdom’ with time-tested truth. Tremendous insights.”
John D. Beckett, chairman, R. W. Beckett Corporation, and author of Loving Monday and Mastering Monday
Clear, biblical perspectives. A must-read’ for those seeking to achieve personal and business accomplishment.”
David Mac” McQuiston, president and CEO, CEO Forum Inc.
Relevant, helpful, instructive, and encouraging.”
Ron F. Wagley, chairman, CEO, and president; retired, Transamerica Insurance & Investment Group
Richard Blackaby is president of Blackaby Ministries International and the oldest child of Henry and Marilynn Blackaby. He holds degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Dallas Baptist University. Richard and his wife LIsa have three children and live in Cochrane, Alberta Canada.
Bryan2 Stars Out Of 5January 18, 2010BryanI am reading this book for a small group the church is doing. Some bible verses are misinterpreted, He talks about in Ezekiel 36:21-36 about Israel getting a new heart on pg 35 of his book, he says when we go back to God that he gives us a new heart when we leave sin. Totally ignoring the original context of the kingdom of heaven, literal 1,000 years. Recommend the Greatness of the Kingdom for this topic. Also he uses the word "calling" often, maybe the readers would enjoy Decision Making and the Will of God for this topic. he does have some decent stuff, but it is all a given, nothing really new here is this book, sorry blackaby.
Lynne Laframboise2 Stars Out Of 5September 13, 2009Lynne LaframboiseI needed one for the plebes and found one geared towards management. However, the major idea is the same: find ways to acknowledge God in your work and He will fight the battles when they come.
Jen Hayes5 Stars Out Of 5August 4, 2008Jen HayesI love this book! This book will greatly benefit all Christians who work! It covers so many typical workplace issues - how to approach them, think about them, deal with them... it's a fantastic resource. Many thanks to the Blackabys.