Self-discipline, which walks hand-in-hand with perseverance, is a key ingredient in the formula leading to success and happiness.
The final session wraps up the series by discussing how God wants our lives and our talents to be part of the greatest cause on earth—the Great Commission.
In this session, J.D. talks about the significance of ministry in deed and how remembering to serve others leads to living a meaningful life.
This session focused on our need to be dependent on God because we’re helpless without him in both our spiritual life and our work life.
In this session, J.D. tackles the importance of identity. J.D. reminded us that God has called us to be faithful first to him, not to success in our jobs.
In this session, J.D shows us how we should serve God through excellent work and reflect the love of Christ with those who do business with us.
In this session, J.D. talks about how to be content with what we have and the importance of never making work an idol.
In this session, J.D. focuses on the difference between ownership and stewardship and why knowing the difference as a Christian is crucial.
Entrepreneurship can be both a taxing and a rewarding experience for many people. Working for yourself and seeing your dreams come alive is one of the greatest joys for business owners, and God is using faithdriven entrepreneurs to bring about his kingdom on Earth as it is in heaven.
Some of the pandemic habits we’ve acquired are good to keep — washing hands! Cooking more! — but there’s one holdover from 2020 we could all use a lot less of: procrastinating. It takes many forms, and none are easy to shake.