Christ Alive! | Christian Testimonies, Stories and Reflections

The kingdom of God is breaking out right in our midst, in our workplaces. You won’t hear about it on the evening network news. You won’t read about it in your local newspaper. But you will hear about it from members of Christians in Commerce. Here are just a few of the stories from the front lines of the workplace.

Christians in Commerce members share their workplace stories, reflections and testimonies of being Christ in the Workplace. Select a category to display abstracts from our ChristAlive Archives.

I can't keep Christ to myself; souls are at stake. The Great Commission must come first on my daily checklist.
Racked with personal and professional doubts, Hank was unable to sleep. He left his bedroom and sat on his easy chair in the living room. As he looked up in fear his eyes immediately centered on the liquor cabinet situated directly across the room. The battle began...
Is there someone who needs to experience God’s mercy through you?
It is normal to seek safety and comfort, but sometimes the Lord calls us to step out of our safety and comfort, even though it may not make sense to us at the time.
These small daily challenges and struggles are real. They aren’t easy to overcome and there are times we need to be bold and courageous as we strive for faith, integrity, and excellence in our work.
How can you make your workplace more like God’s workplace for the people who enter it?
When your work is such a big part of your life and others are making it miserable for you, how can that life be a happy and productive one?
I don’t know about you, but the last thing I want is to start every week with a “Monday Moan” and end it with “Thank God it’s Friday” for the next thirty years.
My company believes in building community for the homeowner associations we serve. This can be challenging when we get calls from homeowners with problems. At times, it’s difficult not to take these issues personally.
It was tempting to explode with righteous indignation. Instead I promptly ended the meeting, thanked them for their consideration and walked out...

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