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Christianity at Work

A scriptural study guide for Small Business, Big Heart: How one family redefined the bottom line

by Paul Wesslund and Sue Mink

Can Christianity really work in both life and business today?

I am a good Christian, but…

      …it’s just business.

         …I have a family to take care of.

            …I didn’t do anything illegal.

Trying to match the directives of the Bible with the reality of living in modern society can make us feel like failures in faith. Jesus sets a pretty high standard to start with. Then popular culture offers us excuses that everything we do is OK as long as we go to church on Sunday and ask for forgiveness. There’s not much reward for scriptural values like love, compassion, and decency.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

Christianity at Work is a study guide that offers a roadmap for succeeding in life and in business by following the same values in church, at home, and at work. The study guide’s six lessons pair scripture with the real-world business experiences of Sal and Cindy Rubino, restaurant owners who reinvented themselves as more faithful followers of Christ after business failures that threatened to tear their family apart. The result, documented in the book Small Business, Big Heart: How One Family Redefined the Bottom Line, changed their lives. It’s a story of achieving a family-saving work/life balance as well as business success.

Christianity at Work offers a practical, proven lesson for how we can follow the scriptural directive “to walk humbly with your God.”

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  • ISBN-13: 978-1-63107-045-7 (paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-63107-046-4 (epub)

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