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Workplace Makeover

 

Air Date: 2/24/21 - Ever wish for a “workplace makeover”?  Pastor Nat talks about such a plan in today’s episode.  Discover how to honor God in your work, even if your boss is, well, not your favorite person.  You matter.  Your work matters.  Find out why.  

 

Back to the Bible Presents: Nat Crawford

 

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a year ago
Thank you, Pastor Nat, for your reply. It gives me Hope and validation. Many people, including my own family, could not understand why I did it . I was labeled as "selfish, self pitying, troublemaker, whistleblower, and finally, "unrealistic". I Know through Christ's teaching that I did the Right thing, but it is so uplifting and hopeful to have a fellow body part of Jesus also understand . Thank You for uplifting me.
Agape',
Sarah
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a year ago
lord i thank you your many blessing plased apon me. you are the rock of my salvation. AMEN.
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a year ago
As a registered nurse in a cardiology office, I was placed in an unethical, unsafe, and immoral situation by the manager. After speaking with her and trying to patiently resolve the situation, she became hostile towards me. When the situation worsened, I followed the proper chain of command, but to no avail. The improprieties were acknowledged and proven, and promises to correct the situation were made, but after months there was no action taken. I eventually resigned with a 2 week notice and their offer for me to return to their employment in the future. Needless to say, I have not returned.
I Thank God for Paul's words regarding hardship and affliction as a Christian. Jesus was persecuted for his Faith, and therefore so shall we be. In these hardships we learn to lean heavily on our Lord, thereby bringing Him nearer to us . We learn by hardship integrity, endurance, patience, and a strengthening if Faith .
Amen
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a year ago
Sarah, you're story is not isolated. I am an executive coach and I used to work with rural hospitals. These lack of values and standards is common. Unfortunately, they change the carpets and entryways instead of working on their values and culture. The patients and staff suffer because of it. Thank you for sharing your story and the hope you have through Christ.
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a year ago
God bless u
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a year ago
Thank you.
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