Review of Weekly Insights for the Workplace: A Devotional for Christian Professionals

Breakfasting on a 52-week devotional does not mean you will only have devotions once a week. Rather, it means that you will have a single collection of verses, a story or biblical principle to study, pray about, meditate on and apply to your life as God leads throughout an entire week.

Especially for business owners, employees, unemployed, under-employed, in transition, this book provides an excellent resource that addresses topics in the workplace such as:

  • Job searching
  • Watching out for Negative Emotions
  • Dealing with Difficult Situations
  • Struggling for Promotion
  • The Christian’s Business Relationships
  • The Provisions of God
  • Being Light in a Dark World

Based on weekly affirmations that build boldness and confidence, these devotions draw on the Word of God for edification, comfort and strength for the soul.

In addition, the volume provides a section on how to find God’s will in your career, along with seven spiritual tips and prayers for your career journey.

Readers have the opportunity to make a commitment to serve God, along with spiritual considerations and views to keep you focused as you journey through your careers.

As Christian professionals, we view the world of work differently from the way we did before we put our trust in Christ. Whereas we may have looked at our career path as simply a way to put food on the table and pay the bills while we pursue our real interests, we now see it as a calling from the Lord. So, let us walk together as we "let your light shine before others, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven" (Matthew 5:16).

Global audiences have described this book as an excellent resource – more than a devotional but a lifetime resource with applications that far exceed the workplace.

John WedlakesJohn Wedlake
Retired Board Member
Christians in Communications, UK 

John Wedlakes, 07/06/2016
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