This series of devotional plans is based on the morning Scripture engagement plenary sessions from the Lausanne Movement’s 2019 Global Workplace Forum which brought together nearly 900 participants from 110 countries to accelerate the fulfillment of the Great Commission through workplace ministry. 

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Daily Devotional Plans

Working with Eternity in Mind (5 Days)

What does it look like to live faithfully for God in the workplace? For the next five days, let the book of Daniel guide you into seeing the workplace through an eternal lens.

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Daniel in the Cubicle: Creative Discipleship in the Workplace (4 Days)

As Christians in the workplace, we are called to creative discipleship—a lifelong learning about our context and discerning God’s Word within it. But we cannot be creative disciples alone. Through this four-day devotional, join hands across time with Daniel, an exile in Babylon who persevered in a challenging workplace, navigated difficult relationships, and discovered the power of fellowship and prayer.

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From Blind Leaders to Faithful Servants (4 Days)

Where does our power and motivation as leaders come from? As Christian leaders, we must acknowledge that apart from God, we are nothing. This four-day devotional helps us practice the lifelong exercise of turning from pride to humility, rebellion to obedience, and fear to empowerment, turning our gaze from our earthly Babylons toward the heavenly Jerusalem.

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