Bringing Faith 
into the Workplace

Transform Your Workplace, Transform Lives

In a modern marketplace that prioritizes competition and bottom lines over care and connection, it’s time that we create space for faith at work and place emphasis on whole-person workforce care. Businesses that embrace faith lived out in the workplace witness their company culture and the lives of their workforce be transformed by the power of gospel living.

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Century 21 – Phoenix, Arizona  

John Crow operates a large real estate agency in Phoenix, Arizona. Several years ago he made the decision to be closed on Sundays and the impact has been incredible. He incorporates his faith in everything he does. It all belongs to God. He donates his warehouse to like-minded initiatives throughout the week and on Sundays, his office building becomes a Church!
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Our Story

What started as a simple prayer before a team meeting, organically grew into a company culture transformed by the freedom for a workforce to live out their faith in the workplace and on the job site.

Inspired by the changes we’ve experienced in our business, Christ at Work exists to help other business leaders and businesses incorporate faith in their workplaces.

Our hope is that the stories throughout this website inspire you, that the tools and resources embolden you, and that, ultimately, you feel empowered to care for your workforce by embracing Christ at Work.

How to Get Started

Introduce the Power of Faith into Your Workplace
We were created to work. We were also created to live out our faith in all areas of our lives, including the workplace. But it’s not easy. Misinformation, discouragement, and the pressures of the marketplace can all be barriers to living out your faith at work.

Christ at Work exists to encourage and equip you to incorporate Christ in your workplace. Explore these areas to learn how you can get started.
  • “Don’t withhold good from someone who deserves it when it is in your power to do so.”
    Proverbs 3:27

  • “Instead of each person watching out for their own good, watch out for what is better for others.”
    Philippians 2:4

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