Why Work? Called to Make a Difference
Challenge Every Assumption About a Person’s Role in the Workplace
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“Why Work? Called to Make a Difference” challenges every common assumption about a person’s role in the workplace. From corporate America to government offices to entrepreneurial start-ups, a new movement is sweeping the country. Each chapter is thought-provoking and worthy of discussion, guiding everyday workers as to their purpose in work and how they can make a difference in their sphere of influence. As you read the book, you will be transformed as you become an agent of transformation in your workplace.
This book is valuable for an individual reader and a small group. The content of the book provides a fresh awareness of the purpose of our work. It encourages discussion that will enhance the understanding of all participants. Appropriate for individual or group study.
“‘Why Work?’ presents a very simple, straight forward, practical, and comprehensive work, which incorporates a wonderful integration of work-related scriptures and practical application of these to effect change. The book encompasses a holistic approach to transformation of the city through the marketplace. The authors challenge the reader to focus on life’s purpose and calling through a divine perspective regarding the relationship between the church and the building of the Kingdom of God through the work-life of each believer. It is one of the few books on this subject that deals with the “how to” of ministry in the workplace. Application is incorporated into the strategic planning process. The authors have also made the book user-friendly, with thought provoking reflections and discussion questions at the end of each chapter. I strongly recommend adding ‘Why Work? Called to Make a Difference’ to any workplace library.”
Harold C. Taber, Jr.
Former Group President, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Los Angeles
Former President/CEO Hansen Beverage Co.
Director of Mentoring, Biola University Crowell School of Business MBA program