Intrinsic Worth

There’s a great interview with Glynn Young at The High Calling’s new Young Professionals channel, addressing issues that Young has encountered throughout his career. I found this bit especially interesting:

Because this was the 1970s, and women were just beginning to break into the business professions, they were still treated as second-class citizens. As a young Christian who didn’t know any better, to me they were my colleagues. I didn’t think of them as ‘lesser’ than I was. It’s interesting, but this was one thing I somehow knew in my 20s that carried forward throughout my career. I learned to value people for their intrinsic worth, not for their title or position. And I believe this came from my faith, because I understood that we are all made in God’s image.

You can read the rest here.

Thank You For This Crummy Job
Your Work Is Not as Important as You Want It To Be
Labor in the Dark
Your Labor is a Work of Art

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