Can I Work at My Job as a Believer?

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Can I Work at My Job as a Believer?

One of the most difficult places to live out our Christian convictions is in the workplace. So often we’re faced with hard situations that we must...

Drop Out of School, Drive Without License, or Submit to Parents?

34:22

Drop Out of School, Drive Without License, or Submit to Parents?

In this Ask Pastor Tim, two questions are dealt with that involve children and whether or not to submit to their parents.

Prioritizing in the Busy Seasons of Our Lives

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Prioritizing in the Busy Seasons of Our Lives

In the busy seasons of our lives we have to prioritize on how we use our time. There are seasons in all of our lives in which we will have more time than others...

Giving: Considering the Poor

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Giving: Considering the Poor

Consideration for the poor will not buy us pardon for our offenses against God, but it is the unfailing evidence of the person who has the grace of God in his heart.

Busyness Leads to God Hiding Himself?

1:07:05

Busyness Leads to God Hiding Himself?

At times when someone asks, "How do I deal with the hiddenness of God?" it is not God hiding Himself from us, but our own sin or busyness and neglect of the Lord that is the problem.

Slothful Servants are Wicked Servants

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Slothful Servants are Wicked Servants

Third thing, slothful servants are wicked servants. Notice verse 26. "But his master answered him, you wicked and slothful servant! You knew that I reap...

Patriarchy vs. Single Women in the Bible

Patriarchy vs. Single Women in the Bible

The Bible doesn't say your calling as a young woman is to be a “worker at home.” In fact, Paul says, “The unmarried woman cares for the things of the Lord"

What God Says About Work – Part 2

1:12:06

What God Says About Work – Part 2

As a door turns on its hinges, so does a sluggard on his bed. - Proverbs 26:14

What God Says About Work – Part 1

1:21:30

What God Says About Work – Part 1

Go to the ant, lazy man; consider her ways and be wise; who, having no guide, overseer or ruler, provides her bread in the summer, and gathers her food in the harvest. - Proverbs 6:6-8

Lazy People are a Curse, Get to Work

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Lazy People are a Curse, Get to Work

Brethren we need to work while it is day. The night is coming when no man can work. We need to work as long as we’ve got strength, as long as we’ve got life. We need to do what we can. We need to follow Christ to the end. Retirement is simply trying to make your heaven here. The bible says don’t store up for retirement, store up treasure in heaven! That is where we retire. That is where the eternal rest is.

Stop Stealing, Get to Work, Start Sharing

1:09:40

Stop Stealing, Get to Work, Start Sharing

Are you stealing and don't even know it? Are you lazy? May it not be so!

Do You Have Integrity?

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Do You Have Integrity?

Tim talks about our great need to live lives of integrity, totally beyond reproach. O LORD, who shall sojourn in your tent? Who shall dwell on your holy hill? He who walks blamelessly and does what is right and speaks truth in his heart; who does not slander with his tongue and does no evil to his neighbor, nor takes up a reproach against his friend; in whose eyes a vile person is despised, but who honors those who fear the LORD; who swears to his own hurt and does not change; who does not put out his money at interest and does not take a bribe against the innocent. He who does these things shall never be moved. Psalm 15:1-5

What Does God Say About Work?

As believers we want to have God’s perspective on every area of our lives, so what does God say about work? In Proverbs 6:6-8 He tells us to observe the work ethic of an ant, and in Proverbs 26:14 we are warned about not being a sluggard who cannot out of bed. In this two-part series, Tim Conway gives a convicting study on, “What God Says About Work” Part 1 | Part 2.

Why Work When I Can Read My Bible All Day?

How often we’ve seen newly saved Christians think that the spiritual thing to do is to quit their job and school and stay at home and study all day. They view it as the spiritual decision to make. So, should you drop out of school and read your Bible all day? Is that the right decision or should you submit to your parents? The apostle Paul says in 2 Thessalonians 3:10, “We would give you this command: If anyone is not willing to work, let him not eat.” Video: “Drop Out of School, Drive Without License, or Submit to Parents?

Can I Work at My Job as a Believer?

One of the most difficult places to live out our Christian convictions is in the workplace. We are often faced with hard situations that we must sort through and figure out what’s most pleasing to God. What are some principles to bear in mind of how we should conduct ourselves in the work environment? Video: Can I Work at My Job as a Believer?

My Vocation is Taking Up All of My Time

In the busy seasons of our lives we have to prioritize on how we use our time. There are seasons in all of our lives in which we will have more time than others to read and pray. Life looks different for each Christian. We must not fall into condemnation if we are not doing what we cannot do; we must do what we can do at that season in our life. Video: Prioritizing in the Busy Seasons of Our Lives | Busyness Leads to God Hiding Himself?

Does the Bible Teach that Single Women Can Work and Get a Job?

Many have been strongly influenced by the Family Integrated Movement and patriarchy and come to an imbalanced perspective on women and work. In this article, “Patriarchy vs. Single Women in the Bible” Bob and Terri Jennings seek to give a balanced and Biblical view.

What Type of Testimony Do You Have at Work Around Your Co-Workers?

It is vitally important for Christians to walk with a clear conscience at work and to honor their bosses and to not steal time from their employer. Many business owners have remarked that professing Christians have been the worst employees that they have had. This is a shameful statement. Video: Stop Stealing, Get to Work, Start Sharing | Video: Do You Have Integrity?

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Can I Work at My Job as a Believer?

35:26

Can I Work at My Job as a Believer?

One of the most difficult places to live out our Christian convictions is in the workplace. So often we’re faced with hard situations that we must...

Drop Out of School, Drive Without License, or Submit to Parents?

34:22

Drop Out of School, Drive Without License, or Submit to Parents?

In this Ask Pastor Tim, two questions are dealt with that involve children and whether or not to submit to their parents.

Prioritizing in the Busy Seasons of Our Lives

20:38

Prioritizing in the Busy Seasons of Our Lives

In the busy seasons of our lives we have to prioritize on how we use our time. There are seasons in all of our lives in which we will have more time than others...

Giving: Considering the Poor

Article

Giving: Considering the Poor

Consideration for the poor will not buy us pardon for our offenses against God, but it is the unfailing evidence of the person who has the grace of God in his heart.

Busyness Leads to God Hiding Himself?

1:07:05

Busyness Leads to God Hiding Himself?

At times when someone asks, "How do I deal with the hiddenness of God?" it is not God hiding Himself from us, but our own sin or busyness and neglect of the Lord that is the problem.

Slothful Servants are Wicked Servants

2:36

Slothful Servants are Wicked Servants

Third thing, slothful servants are wicked servants. Notice verse 26. "But his master answered him, you wicked and slothful servant! You knew that I reap...

Patriarchy vs. Single Women in the Bible

Patriarchy vs. Single Women in the Bible

The Bible doesn't say your calling as a young woman is to be a “worker at home.” In fact, Paul says, “The unmarried woman cares for the things of the Lord"

What God Says About Work – Part 2

1:12:06

What God Says About Work – Part 2

As a door turns on its hinges, so does a sluggard on his bed. - Proverbs 26:14

What God Says About Work – Part 1

1:21:30

What God Says About Work – Part 1

Go to the ant, lazy man; consider her ways and be wise; who, having no guide, overseer or ruler, provides her bread in the summer, and gathers her food in the harvest. - Proverbs 6:6-8

Lazy People are a Curse, Get to Work

12:18

Lazy People are a Curse, Get to Work

Brethren we need to work while it is day. The night is coming when no man can work. We need to work as long as we’ve got strength, as long as we’ve got life. We need to do what we can. We need to follow Christ to the end. Retirement is simply trying to make your heaven here. The bible says don’t store up for retirement, store up treasure in heaven! That is where we retire. That is where the eternal rest is.

Stop Stealing, Get to Work, Start Sharing

1:09:40

Stop Stealing, Get to Work, Start Sharing

Are you stealing and don't even know it? Are you lazy? May it not be so!

Do You Have Integrity?

39:12

Do You Have Integrity?

Tim talks about our great need to live lives of integrity, totally beyond reproach. O LORD, who shall sojourn in your tent? Who shall dwell on your holy hill? He who walks blamelessly and does what is right and speaks truth in his heart; who does not slander with his tongue and does no evil to his neighbor, nor takes up a reproach against his friend; in whose eyes a vile person is despised, but who honors those who fear the LORD; who swears to his own hurt and does not change; who does not put out his money at interest and does not take a bribe against the innocent. He who does these things shall never be moved. Psalm 15:1-5