May 11, 2021
This is Why Your Work Matters with Jordan Raynor 0:49 How to Be Proud of the Work That You Do 9:51 How God Uses You in Your Work with Jordan Raynor 36:21 Does God Care About Your Work? Resources Christy's 7-Day Time FinderNeed more time? Get back 24 hours in your week by signing sign up for the free 7-Day Time Finder challenge. https://bit.ly/3u6H8lJ Business Boutique Conference Join Christy for the Business Boutique Conference, the event that will equip you to make money doing what you love. https://bit.ly/3dZZZtc Christy's Devotional - Living True: 40 Days to Get Back to YouGet back to you with my brand-new devotional, Living True: 40 Days to Get Back to You. https://bit.ly/3xxwPt7 If you've ever struggled with finding meaning in your work, you need to watch today's episode. I get to interview the brilliant author and entrepreneur Jordan Raynor, who shares why our work matters to God and to the people around us. We'll also spend a few minutes journaling about how we can honor God in our work. How to Be Proud of the Work That You Do Work is hard-especially if you're feeling bored or burned out at your job. In this video, I'll share one important truth that will help you wake up excited, not overwhelmed, about the day ahead. How God Uses You in Your Work with Jordan Raynor Have you ever felt like the only way you can serve God is by becoming a pastor or joining a full-time ministry? Today, my friend Jordan Raynor explains why all types of work matter to God. Does God Care About Your Work? "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters." Colossians 3:23 (NIV) This verse completely changed my perspective on work. I don't know about you, but when I know that God cares about the details of my work, it makes me want to step it up, give it my best effort, and work to please him. Whether you're the CEO in the corner office, or you're waiting tables, or you're a stay-at-home mom, God wants each of us to put our entire heart into our work. Spend a few minutes journaling your answers to these questions: Where do you see God in your work right now? How can you remember that God is using you right now in your work? How can you do your work unto the Lord more intentionally?