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On the Podcast: Work

11.21.2022

Work has really gotten a bad rap, but truly, work was in God’s plan from the beginning, before sin entered the world. There is so much purpose in our work, whether it’s inside or outside the home. In this series of podcasts, you’ll hear a chat with a gal who’s made her whole job about working God’s way, learn some specific things we can add to our prayer journals in this area, and find a couple of prayers to get you started praying for your work right away!

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Ep. 62: Work with Michelle Myers

Michelle loves reminding women of the gospel-centered purpose for their work – both at home and in their careers. She serves alongside her husband, James, at Biltmore Church in Asheville, NC and loves making family memories with their three kids – Noah, Cole and Shea. She co-leads a ministry for working women called She Works His Way with her best friend, Somer Phoebus. Their book, She Works His Way: A Practical Guide to Do What Matters Most in a Get Things Done World is a great first step to connect with the SWHW mission. You can also join their network at sheworksHisway.com.

Michelle’s Instagram | She Works His Way Website

Highlights from today’s episode:

  • 3:30 Michelle’s prayer routine
  • 9:30 What to pray for our work
  • 20:30 How we can rethink our usual prayers
  • 22:00 A practical prayer tip
  • 28:00 How not to get ahead of God

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Ep. 63: How to Pray for Your Work

Today, we’re covering 6 specific things we can add to our prayer journals when it comes to work. Plus, I’m adding in a 7th for business owners. No matter what kind of work you do, whether it’s in the home or out of the home, this is for you!

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A prayer for Your Business

Here’s just the place to get started when praying for your business.

  • Tell God why you are thankful for your business.
  • Release control to Him as CEO of your business.
  • Share with God any areas where you are seeking specific wisdom.
  • Confess any negative or discontent feelings that surface thinking about comparison.

This prayer has been adapted from my book Springboard Prayers. If you were encouraged by it and would like 124 other prayers to read when you don’t have the words, grab a copy at valmariepaper.com as well as our other resources mentioned.

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A prayer for When I Work

Our work has so much potential to be satisfying and God-honoring. Take a moment to process your current work situation with the Lord.

  • Tell God why you are thankful for your job.
  • Confess any frustrations or overwhelm.
  • Acknowledge your complete dependence on Him.
  • Share with God specific things you need His wisdom and creativity about.

This prayer has been adapted from my book Springboard Prayers. If you were encouraged by it and would like 124 other prayers to read when you don’t have the words, grab a copy at valmariepaper.com as well as our other resources mentioned.

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