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by C William Pollard,Chris Evans
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Christian Living
  • Author:
    C William Pollard,Chris Evans
  • ISBN:
    0985629606
  • ISBN13:
    978-0985629601
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  • Publisher:
    Fruit at Work, LLC (June 6, 2012)
  • Pages:
    159 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Christian Living
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Chris Evans provides an excellent answer for a question I find to be on the minds of Christian businesspeople everywhere: How does my faith work itself out in. .Chairman Emeritus, The ServiceMaster Company

Chris Evans provides an excellent answer for a question I find to be on the minds of Christian businesspeople everywhere: How does my faith work itself out in the workplace? This book weaves together responsible Scripture reflection, personal testimony, and business acumen. The application of the fruit of the Spirit to these questions was both fresh and brilliant. Chairman Emeritus, The ServiceMaster Company. As a Christian whose assignment is to serve as a CEO, I need a framework and applied understanding that stretches me in honoring God in the workplace.

Chris Evans provides an excellent answer for a question I find to be on the minds of Christian businesspeople .

Chris Evans provides an excellent answer for a question I find to be on the minds of Christian businesspeople everywhere: How does my faith work itself out in the workplace? This book weaves together responsible Scripture reflection, personal testimony, and business acumen.

Chris Evans, C. William Pollard (Foreword). Got this book at Truth at Work conference. I enjoyed the concept of living the "fruits of the Spirit" at work. Join successful entrepreneur Chris Evans as he explores how to develop the fruit described in the Bible and uncovers a natural and sustainable way to grow and demonstrate your faith at work.

William Grosvenor Pollard (1911–1989) was a physicist and an Episcopal priest. He started his career as a professor of physics in 1936 at University of Tennessee. In 1946 he championed the organization of the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies (ORINS). He was its executive director until 1974. He was ordained as a priest in 1954. He authored and co-authored a significant amount of material in the areas of Christianity and Science and Religion found in books, book chapters, and journal articles

William Pollard (1828–1893) was an English Quaker writer and recorded minister. He was a prominent advocate of quietist Quaker theology.

William Pollard (1828–1893) was an English Quaker writer and recorded minister. Pollard was born at Horsham, Sussex, on 10 June 1828, the ninth child of James Pollard (1789–1851) and his wife, Susannah. He became a junior teacher at the Friends' School, Croydon in 1843, and in 1849 entered the Flounders Institute at Ackworth, Yorkshire. He was appointed a master at Ackworth School in 1851 and remained there for 16 years.

FRONT COVER ELEMENTS -Fruit At Work -{subtitle} Mixing Christian Virtues With Business -{Author} Chris Evans -Foreword by C. William Pollard. SPINE ELEMENTS - Evans - Fruit At Work - {Publisher Logo block (just the rectangle) – STANDING VERTICALLY!} BACK COVER ELEMENTS Do you feel as though you have to choose between growing spiritually and growing professionally? Does it seem like the pursuit of profit conflicts with honoring God’s principles? Does your work environment undermine your faith and core values?

Join successful entrepreneur Chris Evans as he explores how to develop the fruit described in the Bible and uncovers a natural and sustainable way to grow and demonstrate your . Publisher:Fruit At Work, LLC. Length:159 Pages.

Join successful entrepreneur Chris Evans as he explores how to develop the fruit described in the Bible and uncovers a natural and sustainable way to grow and demonstrate your faith at work.

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Do you feel as though you have to choose between growing spiritually and growing professionally? Does it seem like the pursuit of profit conflicts with honoring God's principles? Does your work environment undermine your faith and core values? Join successful entrepreneur Chris Evans as he explores how to develop the fruit described in the Bible and uncovers a natural and sustainable way to grow and demonstrate your faith at work. Written in a clear, easy-to-read style, Fruit at Work gives the specific meaning of each word, provides biblical examples, and shares workplace stories where the fruit of the Spirit is having a dynamic impact. Fruit at Work is for people at any level of employment who seek a spiritual life that resonates not only in their personal lives, but also in their work. Evans provides guidance for tough situations such as managerial decisions, the need for approval, patience with coworkers, job loss, distraction, team dynamics, and job satisfaction. Here is a new vision for work relationships―one based in love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. When spiritual fruit is growing in you, your clients and coworkers will notice. As the Holy Spirit transforms you, you'll discover a closer walk with God and a transformed workplace.

Mr.Twister
Short 150 page insight into what the fruits of the spirit mean in light of our work and work places. Author uses scripture often to highlight and illustrate the fruits of the spirit. Author explains each fruits meaning beginning with the meaning of the Greek word used in the bible. At the end of the chapter, the author summarizes points and encourages reader to practice applying the fruit. Others have written on this subject in great detail. The author presents his understanding based on his context as a successful Christian businessman.
Kulasius
Approaches the different aspects of the fruit of the spirit for each tries to understand what they are, how to use them in your daily life and then who to apply at work. We used this in a means mentoring small group and discussed a chapter each week. It is just the right amount of depth for the study and the summary at the end useful and the question provocative. I found myself seeing how I could have done better at work if I applied more of the fruit at work. It is not only the right way to work as a Christian but it is as a model for how to be an effective person in an organization.
Authis
I did enjoy from the author that fruit can be displayed at those times that seem so trying. It may not be easy, but the fruit displayed is a gift we can share with others. It shows to whom we belong.
LeXXXuS
I couldn't put this book down as it spoke to me for both my personal and work life. This book is a ministry to Christians as it really defines that the "Fruit of the Spirit" is not a chore but rather an outcome of a Christ centered life. Too often, we struggle and work to try to serve God when in fact all we need to do is practice our faith and the Lord will bless us with fruit. I found the Lord because a businessman who was my boss, showed this fruit in his life every day. He was different than other people in technology and always looked at every conflict as an opportunity to experience the Lord's work in his life. In the interest of full disclosure, I also worked for Chris Evans during the time that he first became a Christian and I am so excited to see what his walk with Christ has done in his life and how he is sharing this message in such a practical and useful format. God is good!
betelgeuze
Great book. Highly recommend. I'm a different person at work (don't mean that in a positive way) and have felt for years that i could be a better person.
BoberMod
This book is well thought out and easy to digest. It explains what it expects to share and does so in a clear, concise manner. Worth reading.
Downloaded
Chris Evans offers a steady challenge to allow the Holy Sopirit manifest God's nature and character through us in the work place. many practical challenges to be authentic in our daily life.
Excellent quick read great for all christians to read and feel good about the good they do at work! must read!