Christians working in the corporate world sometimes feel caught between a rock and a hard place. You want to be able to share Jesus with hurting or curious colleagues, but you also don’t want to get hauled off to HR or lose your job. What to do? Our panel tackles this question with creative (and legal) insights for what’s OK, what’s not, and what a Christian can do to defuse hostility but still be bold and unashamed in workplace behavior and conversations.
Guests: Craig Glass,
Growing up, Craig Glass hurt his little brother badly. Like, there was lots of blood involved. Then he lied about it. The guilt and shame of that terrible situation dogged him well into adulthood. It got him hooked on porn and led to a whole host of other bad decisions. Craig says that all men carry some sort of shame that is too often unchecked. He gives practical tips to help guys identify, then leave behind, guilt and shame so they can regain their rightful place in society. Because simply put, men matter.
Guests: Jenny Coffey,
A listener was notified that she’ll be laid off in a couple of months because her company is downsizing. The impending job loss has her angry and irritated not just because she’ll be out of a job, but also because of the company’s bad way of handling the whole situation. She’s asking how to get past all the hurt and frustration and back into God’s will for her life. Counselor Jenny Coffey has some thoughts.