Bringing Humanity Back Into The Workplace
“Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” – Romans 12:2
No matter where we live or work, we are called to minister those around us. One of the greatest hindrances to people knowing Jesus is when we act one way at church and another way elsewhere. The way we live for God should connect all areas of life and the workplace is no exception.
This is exactly the message of our wonderful guest for today, Jim Brangenberg host of the iwork4him radio show whose mission is to be involved in purposely equipping vibrantly effective Christ-followers in the workplace.
We are surrounded by people who are hurting and this is why Jim advocates that we should all start praying for our co-workers and bosses and see how our heart changes in the process. He believes in bringing humanity back into the workplace through prayer and service.
What You Will Learn:
- The practical steps you can do to help bring humanity back into the workplace
- Worklife ministry- Transforming your mindset from a “Thank God it’s Friday” to “Thank God it’s Monday”
- The power of shepherding
- Why you need to ask great questions instead of answering right away
- Why should not be afraid of bring your faith into the workplace
- I Work 4 Him website
- I Work For Him Radio Show Monday to Friday at 3pm on Faithtalk AM 570 and 910 WTBN
- Also on iTunes and Stitcher
- I Work 4 Him Facebook
- Book: The Way of the Sheperd by Kevin Leman
- Book: Half Time
An entrepreneur for life, Jim has an expertise in working with small business owners to help them grow more profitable and cherish their employees along the way. His God-gifted ability is to ask the right questions, which lead to identifying opportunities for improvement and growth within a business.
With over 30 years of entrepreneurial expertise, Jim has made plenty of mistakes which have granted him the wisdom to be a great mentor and coach for most small business leaders. Jim is passionate about his faith in Jesus and it drives his passion for excellence in everything he does. Jim’s core values are Boldness, Transparency, Vulnerability, Integrity and Generosity.