There is a scripture that clearly says it is impossible to serve both God and mammon (the world). It would appear, then, that God's ways must be substantially different than the ways of society and the secular workplace. And that means that believers who desire to work as servants of the Lord and live lives that will bring God glory, will need to study His word to discover how to respond to workplace and life challenges His way.
That's what this Kingdom Workers ministry is all about...let's discover together the abundant life, exceedingly great promises, and amazing plan that God has in mind for His children as they go through daily life and face the challenges and opportunities that are guaranteed to come.
Training and Coaching—We design and deliver on-site and on-line training to meet specific ministry objectives.
Popular programs include:
Team and Trust Building for Ministry Teams, Bootcamp Training for Volunteers (an Orientation to Kingdom service)
Change & Resilience Training for Ministry Staff
NEW!! Intercessor Training and Development
Career Direct Assessments with one-on-one coaching can also provide significant value to staff and volunteers seeking to better understand their own design and workplace values.
I came in with low expectations but ended up being blown away. It's got a great mix of theory and practical with real world scenarios. Awesomeness!!! (by: Senior Consultant)
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You do not have to have a Zoom account to attend a Zoom meeting or interview. You will be prompted to download the software, once you have clicked on the link that you have been provided. You may also wish to create an account, but that is not required to participate in a Zoom meeting.
You will need a computer or device with a webcam and microphone to participate in a Zoom session.
There’s a spiritual battle being fought over the workplace. The armies of the Lord and true followers of Christ are warring against the forces of the Enemy and the economy of the world. What’s being fought for is the hearts of workers including, unfortunately, the hearts of many believers who don’t even realize they’ve been captured and imprisoned in this battle. That statement may strike you as odd and you may be wondering how hearts could be won or lost in the workplace. In many cases the hearts of those in the workplace may seem to be nowhere in sight….
What has caused believers everywhere to think that honoring the Sabbath is now optional? Somehow, for many of us “commandment” has become “suggestion” and that really only if you feel like it. Jesus honored the Sabbath so if our intention is to imitate Him (and it should be!) we would still set aside one full day out of every seven as the Lord’s Day. For twenty four hours we would put our focus, energy, and attention on God and Him alone. (And let’s not get distracted by whether that day should be Saturday or Sunday—chances are the ones having that argument…
- Why Serve? eBook, Barb Rarden
- Make Your Culture Count! PDF