Why Join the iWork4Him Nation?

On the iWork4Him radio program we challenge everyone to join the iWork4Him Nation.  This is not a gimmick but a high calling on people’s lives. Why? 

Our workplace is our mission field and in that mission field you and me may be the only Jesus our co-workers and employees may ever meet. I don’t know about you but what I do know is that in almost all of my 50 years I never heard that in a sermon at church.   So let me share it with you.  No matter what you do on a daily basis for a job, how you do your job is proof of how God is working in your life.  Our motions and emotions at work are an example for all those around us. You work in a place filled with people looking for answers. People are desperate for answers about a life that makes no sense.  You and I meet people who are lost and wonder if life is worth living.  We serve a Lord who said that Life is not only worth living “But living it to its fullest!”.   We know the answer to all their questions – Jesus.
 
So, does your behavior reflect the amazing work of our Father in your life?  I struggle each and every day to be the proper example of Christ to those around me.  Struggling is not the issue. For those of you who are not struggling, that might be an issue. If you aren’t wrestling with your faith and how it applies to everyday situation, maybe you haven’t gone all in. 

Are you allowing the power of God to reflect in you and through you?  Are you putting your light on a lampstand for all to see the work He has done in your life or are you putting it under a bowl? (Matt 5:15)

Join the iWork4Him Nation. Commit to making a difference in your workplace by allowing our Father to make a permanent impact in your life.  Click here to read more about joining the Nation.

About the Author, Jim Brangenberg


Jim's Mission: To transform Christian-run businesses through mentoring Christian Business Owners (CBOs) by incorporating the servant leadership of Jesus Christ in their businesses, their home life and their walk with Christ.


Jim Brangenberg