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Monday Connection, The: On Being an Authentic Christian in a Monday-Friday World

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    William E. Diehl(Author)

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A Supportative Spirituality for Christians working in the real world of Monday morning. Through helpful stories, William Diehl illustrates effective tactics for changing your workplace and life.

Shows readers how to extend the spiritual life begun on Sunday into the Monday-morning world of the office or factory. William E. Diehl, author of In Search of Faithfulness and Thank God, It's Monday, is the president of Riverbend Resource Center, Inc., a management consulting firm. He was manager of sales for Bethlehem Steel for thirty-two years.

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  • PDF | 208 pages
  • William E. Diehl(Author)
  • HarperOne (December 10, 1992)
  • English
  • 5
  • Christian Books & Bibles

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  • By Corey on December 16, 2014

    A pretty good little book aimed at helping Christians connect their faith with their daily lives. As one of those "always in the church" pastors that Diehl speaks of, I came across this book and was interested in what he had to say. He caught my attention pretty quickly when he said that he always wanted to apply his Sunday faith to his Monday world but his pastors offered no practical help. So in this book he takes a very practical, example-driven approach to discuss how Christians can seek to infuse ethics into their decisions, respect into their interactions, values into their lifestyle choices, etc. At times the author starts to get lost in some abstract definitions and unneeded "how-to's", but never for long. I especially appreciated his use of real life situations that have no easy answer and his affirmation of the need for support and insight from others.

  • By [email protected] on July 10, 1999

    This is an excellent book about joining your faith to the world of your everyday work. It is about living your beliefs and values, not about proselytizing your coworkers. Building on the premise that the people -- not the building and not just the clergy -- are the church, Diehl gives examples of how to live as part of the church in the world. with or without the help of your church and clergy. He suggests ways churches can recognize and support the ministries of members in their daily activities, not just their church work. It is a call to the laity to live out their baptism with confidence and suggests ways to get support from friends and people in your profession, as well as from those you attend church with. I stayed up too late reading the book and it has filled me with ideas about my own life. It is sensible, exciting, and more than a little subversive.

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