Five Ways to be a Christian in the Workplace (and Not Freak Out Human Resources)

by David Rupert “If the salt loses its saltiness, it’s good for nothing.” The policy was given to me on my first day. It was part of a page excerpted from the personnel manual, labeled “Code of Conduct.” In stern language, the code enumerated things like tardiness, overtime, and dress standards. But one line stood [Read More…]

Finding Life’s Most Fulfilling Work

A single mom with two kids was facing some hard financial times last December. She knew she was not going to be able to provide any gifts for Christmas. She heard about Help-Portrait, a movement of professional photographers and volunteers who give printed portraits to families in need. She brought her family to her local Nashua, New Hampshire, event the second week in December. [Read more…]

[VIDEO] Multitasking

We ALL have lots going on. But where do you draw the line? Which side of the fence are you on? There’s a fine line between multitasking and spinning out of control. [Click to tweet!] Burnout often happens when we take on too much. Our plates get overloaded, sometimes with good things, and it all [Read More…]

Building the Millennium Falcon (or How to Be Iconic)

Okay, so some of you (like me) are geeking out over this. While others are wondering what the big deal is. If you’re in the latter group, then I just ask that you bear with me. The big Star Wars reference here is really only to make a bigger point about being (or creating something) [Read More…]

[VIDEO] What is your responsibility to the greater community?

Dwaine Massey says, “I think it’s important for us to be representatives of Christ, to be ambassadors wherever we find ourselves.” In his role as an attorney, he’s able to add value to charitable organizations by serving on their boards and assisting with legal guidance. For others of us, it might be meeting different kinds [Read More…]

Pursuing Justice and Mercy: An Interview With Mike Rusch, COO for Pure Charity

by Glynn Young Q: Tell us about your career so far and the high calling of your work? For the past 16 years, I’ve worked in some leading Fortune 100 companies within the field of Shopper Insights and Analytics, the study of how and why people make the decisions they do about how they consume, [Read More…]