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This book contains a fair number of inspirational stories about people who have done great work in the world of business. The book also provides 5 strategies for achieving great work. Sturt and others at his company have done considerable research and study into what behaviors create great work/5. I’m going through Keller’s Every Good Endeavor again and taking some notes. Here are four central points from my overall summary of the book (quotes are, interestingly, from the dust jacket — which for most books does a great job of highlighting the core points): A Christian view of work is “that we work to serve others, [ ]. Work is not a hindrance to spirituality; it is a part of it. Even slaves were instructed by Paul not to fear that their awful condition in any way diminished their spiritual standing with God (see Author: Don Whitney. This book is divided into three parts. The first part is about discipline and how it can help in human spiritual evolution, the second part is about love and its role in spiritual growth, and finally the last part talks about grace. Even though some of the ideas are a bit dated, the overall book is a certainly a great spiritual read. 5.
Spiritual alignment is beneficial both to deal with personal challenges and problems, as well as to provide a way to create a positive work environment. Management is concerned with achieving high performance from staff, and the type of management practices and approaches managers put in place and use have substantial effects on whether or not. After all mental challenges and tasks call forth spiritual growth furthermore. 5. Pressure handling: Challenges play a vital role in improving everyone. Pressure handling is one of the skills employers look for. It is a part of the job description along with the ability of time management. We are headed for trouble if we do, for alcohol is a subtle foe. We are not cured of alcoholism. What we really have is a daily reprieve contingent on the maintenance of our spiritual condition. Every day is a day when we must carry the vision of God's will into all of our activities. "How can I best serve Thee - Thy will (not mine) be done.". In his classic book The Divine Conspiracy, Dallas Willard writes – “to not find your job to be the primary place of discipleship is to automatically exclude a major part, if not the most, of your waking hours from life with him. The gospel turns your work into a spiritual formation training center.”.
pie of life as ALL spiritual, rather than spirituality being only one slice. Therefore family, personal time, health, learning, and work are all spiritual activities. From this view, work is an important aspect of a spiritual life. But how well do we use that time for spiritual development and for expression of our most innate spiritual. Now in paperback—-the book that started the “workplace spirituality” movement. At the dawn of the new millennium, Gregory Pierce’s Spirituality at Work made the striking claim that the holy, the transcendent, and the divine can be found in the midst of the hustle and bustle of daily work. Pierce’s groundbreaking book remains one of the bibles of the “workplace spirituality movement Reviews: 6. About The Great Work of Your Life. An inspiring guide to finding your life’s purpose—what spiritual teachers call dharma—through mindfulness and self-exploration. Stephen Cope says that in order to have a fulfilling life you must discover the deep purpose hidden at the very core of your self. In this post I’m sharing four simple ways to bring more spirituality into your work, no matter what your job is. Don’t push your beliefs on others. One thing to keep in mind is that spreading your light is not the same thing as being a pusher. Be conscious not to push your spiritual beliefs and practices onto other people, especially at work.