Discussing ministry in the workplace – “Whatever your passion is, that’s your vision”

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Home is a workplace too

I’ve shared often about ministering at work and in the workplace, and through business, but ministering at home is also very important. For those women who are stay at home mothers, or are work at home mothers, they need to share their time amongst their children and other activities.  Some days can seem so mundane and the same ole, same ole, but what they are doing is a very important job.

So, for all those mothers at home, and for those who need to work outside the home, this message is for you!

For all those mothers out there. Do you know your true worth to your family?  You are truly a Proverbs 31 woman.

Please do pass it on!

 

About Author

John 5:17
Jesus said to them, "My Father is always at his work to this very day, and I, too, am working."

My name is Kathie and I live in Melbourne, Australia. I grew up always knowing that God was with me and formally accepted Christ as my Saviour when I was 14 years old. I have had many experiences where God has been involved at my places of work and amongst my work colleagues.

A few years ago I heard the founder of Australian Christian TV speak - I don't remember a lot of his talk but I do remember one particular phrase that has stuck with me ever since. He said "Whatever your passion is, that's your vision" . It struck a chord with me and I realised that the very things that made me passionate are the same things that I do daily in my business, and through those things I know I touch many lives. I believe I am where our Lord wants me to be.

 

I've recently been reading Faith & Work: Do They Mix? by Os Hillman. Excellent book and it was whilst reading it, I got the idea for this blog - and was pleasantly surprised that this domain was waiting for me to purchase. I will be sharing what I've been learning through reading and research in the hope that it will also provide answers to your searches and prayers. Would love to hear from you. Bless you, KMT