Christians on the Job

January 1, 2019

How can you thrive in your secular workplace without sacrificing your faith?

In Matthew 10:16, Christ calls His followers to be “wise” and “innocent” as they go out “in the midst of wolves.” This book provides twelve key steps to help Christians be both wise and innocent as they work among people who sometimes behave like wolves.

Temptation, greed, dishonesty, and misguided ambition have always presented challenges for Christians in the workplace. Add secular bias, political correctness, and persecution to the mix, and the modern workplace becomes a foreboding environment for Christians to navigate.  Many Christians wonder if it is still possible to earn a living without compromising their faith.

Christians on the Job goes beyond inspiration and theory. Each chapter is packed with real life examples, life application questions, and study guides taken from Goetsch’s 43 years as a college president, business man, and Christian counselor to help you thrive on your job while growing in your faith.

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