Setting a succinct and clear vision for the group is vitally important when starting a CWG. This benefits both members and organisational management alike. Adrian looks further at this process.
The second in our series 'Christian Workplace Groups – Following in Jesus’ Footsteps'. Adrian Miles discusses the mixed background of individuals Jesus had in His group, and how this reflects what we often see in CWGs.
Jesus recognised the need for the assistance of a group of followers to work with him. Christians at the workplace are more effective when joined in a group.
Has your CWG got anything planned for Easter? Easter is a great opportunity to celebrate Jesus' resurrection in your workplace. Point to Him and also promote your group. Here are some ideas.
TWUK has seen tremendous growth in the last year in the number of groups we are in touch with that are active at the workplace. Take a long look at what's going on, and be amazed at the possibilities! Could you catch the fire and catch the vision?
From his experience as leader of a CWG which had a high impact, Jeff digs deeply into what CWGs are for, how they work, how they relate to other diversity groups, in short how to be Jesus' light in the workplace
Drawing from Jeremiah's words to the exiles in Babylon, Jeff explains that Christian Workplace Groups exist to benefit the organisation
Bringing some final thoughts at the end of her blog series on Nehemiah, Gill reminds us to continue our service to God, as a continuation a long line of believers who have served him over the ages and who serve him around the world today
Nehemiah completes the re-building of the walls. But was restoration complete? He arranged for Ezra to read the law. Gill looks at what restoration to God entails