The TWUK Blog

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In this section we feature a range of blogs on issues facing Christians at work, and on the work of TWUK.

There are a variety of contributors - Jeff Steady and Michael Coveney (former TWUK Board members), Gill Robins (educationalist), Elizabeth Ukiomogbe (TWUK ambassador) and others.
 
Elizabeth describes 'virtual CWG meetings' - how use of modern technology can make getting together easier, especially over long distances
Elizabeth looks at the stages in the growth and development of a CWG and draws parallels with biblical principles for growth
So much has happened in TWUK this year; we are grateful for the expansion God has brought, enabling us to be more effective in encouraging CWGs at the workplace
Elizabeth looks at the concept of small groups, their biblical basis, their purpose and growth. Christian Workplace Groups follow Jesus' example of being light in the workplace and in positively affecting the environment they operate within
We believe God loves diversity. Even though many events through the year that may come under the diversity umbrella are not explicitly Christian in origin, they offer opportunities for groups to mark the occasion and offer a Christian viewpoint
Femi gave a talk recently at the Greenwich Council CWG, on living according to Jesus' ways in the workplace. This is a summary of the talk
Eagles have their wings clipped in order to cultivate them. It takes a Master avian veterinarian to do this. Is God 'clipping our wings' at the workplace, refining His masterpieces for His glory?
Many organisations have Multi-Faith Forums. These have many benefits both for Christians and organisations, and TWUK encourages CWGs to get involved if one exists in their locality
Never in her wildest dreams did Ros think she would end up in prison this year … but that is exactly where God took her.
Redundancy sadly comes to many of us at some time. Matt looks at our response to redundancy and what role a CWG can play in supporting people who have been made redundant
The Kaleidoscope Diamond has 24 additional precisely placed facets that allow for light, sparkle, and brilliance that surpass any other diamond. Does this remind you of our amazing, creative God?
Elizabeth Ukiomogbe summarises the work of Transform Work UK in helping Christians bring benefits to their workplaces
'Where there is vision, there is provision'. Jesus' vision was clear. Have we looked at our personal vision recently?
The Christian HR manager look sat how a group can consider its stakeholders as it plans its development
Elizabeth looks at what the Bible and nature tell us about diversity and equality, and how this is relevant for the workplace.
Part 2 of the series looks at tools which may help in determining a strategy for the group