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This Week for Sunday

Have you ever had a job you don’t care for? Maybe a job you hate? I have.

office desk

Sometimes it’s hard to have a good attitude at work. It’s hard when you know you HAVE to work to pay the bills. To eat. To live. It can be hard because you deal with people. Angry people. Difficult people.  Whiny people.  The reality is, in every job and career, there are things we can find to complain about.

What if we changed our perspective? Although, bills, food, and people are important, what if we decided that we aren’t working for all of that?

Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. (Colossians 3:23).

Here at Southern Hills, we stress that worship is so much more than Sunday. Worship is an everyday, every moment, response to the greatness and glory of God. It’s in everything we do. We worship even at work.

This week, begin to work for the Lord.  Choose to make your work space a place of worship, not dread and complaint. In Psalm 34:1 David writes, “I will praise the Lord at all times. I will constantly speak his praises.” I pray our costumers and coworkers see a difference in our businesses because of our church; because of disciples rejoicing in chaotic workplaces.

We will be singing these songs together this week. Use them during your day to keep your focus on the Lord.

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I am a southern boy that loves to spend my time with my beautiful wife, Kelli, and my two boys, Liam and Levi. I enjoy hunting, fishing, and playing guitar, designing things, Braves baseball, being a husband and dad, but above all I love to worship Jesus… especially with music. I am a Creative Arts Pastor at Southern Hills Christian Church where I focus on graphic design and music.

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