TGIF: Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration - eBook
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Publication Date: 2011
In 1997, Atlanta businessman Os Hillman began writing a daily e-mail devotional featuring 4-minute meditations on faith and work life. For men and women in the workplace, this was just what they needed: practical help in applying their faith to their work life, encouragement to live out their faith, empowerment to be more effective in their jobs, support to become powerful witnesses at work, and examples of others who experienced the presence of God at work. It has since become one of the fastest growing e-mail devotions on line. Now Hillman has written his second book of devotions. TGIF includes 365 all-new daily meditations, plus a bonus topical index to find devotions that relate to specific topics such as motives, handling disappointments, adversity, integrity, finances, decision-making, and much more. Whether for individual quiet times, Bible study groups or workplace groups, these daily devotions will help men and women fulfill God's call on their lives in the workplace.
Os Hillman is founder and president of Marketplace Leaders, an organization whose purpose is to help men and women fulfill their God-ordained calling in and through their work life. He is president of the International Coalition of Workplace Ministries (ICWM) and Aslan Group Publishing, and directs an online website called faithandworkresources.com. Os is an internationally recognized speaker on the subject of faith and work, and is a faculty member of the Wagner Leadership Institute on Workplace Ministry. Os writes a daily Internet devotional entitled TGIF Today God Is First that is read daily by several hundred thousand people worldwide. He has authored ten books, including The Faith and Work Movement, TGIF Today God Is First, The 9 to 5 Window, and The Upside of Adversity, and teaches leadership workshops entitled Called to the Workplace. He lives in a suburb of Atlanta with his wife, Angie.
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