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Bench on a hillside; striving to abide

Are you inclined to strive or to abide in your life? In a recent episode of the Connecting Faith and Work podcast, host Bob Willbanks presents a concept he has been thinking through in recent months: striving to abide. Striving to abide. What do we mean by that? In this podcast episode, and the blog…

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Man reading the bible to engage with his relationship with God.

The first letter of the EQUIPPING acronym stands for engage: strengthening your relationship with God by engaging with Him on a regular basis. To engage in your relationship with God, there are three important aspects to focus on. Bob Willbanks, president of Ambassadors for Business calls them the legs of a three-legged stool. All of them need…

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Intentional leadership starts with you caption over an image of young business professionals sitting around a table.

Intentional, effective leadership starts with you. Your assessment of where you lead, who you lead, and how you lead plays a critical role in leading with intentionality. Do you want to be more intentional as a leader? Use the following steps (and this worksheet) to get started. First: Identify Where You Lead Action Step: Make a list of the places…

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Women making an impact on each other at work

As an Ambassador for Christ in the marketplace, making a positive impact on colleagues, company culture, and customers is important. In the daily bustle of emails, meetings, and projects, impacting those around you seems intangible and hard to prioritize. Where should you start, and what can you do? Try these tangible actions: 1. Look for…

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Image of buildings in black and white with the word equipping over them.

The EQUIPPING acronym describes the mission of Ambassadors for Business. Each letter describes a key point in the journey to becoming an ambassador for Christ in the marketplace. Scripture passages, encouragement, and resources are woven into the letters of this acronym. Join us in the journey of living boldly for Christ each day! ENGAGE: “Instead,…

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