The Christian Working Woman began in 1984 as an outgrowth of a ministry for workplace women that began at The Moody Church in Chicago, Illinois. Because of her own experiences of being a Christian in the marketplace, Mary Whelchel had a burden to encourage women and to teach them sound biblical principles in order to equip them to live godly lives in their workplaces. Little did she know that the radio program which had its humble beginnings on one station in Chicago would now be heard on over 500 stations and crossing international boundaries! Since its beginning The Christian Working Woman has become a non-profit organization currently producing two radio program formats, distributing books and materials, providing web resources, and organizing retreats and conferences in the United States and abroad.
Mistakes to Avoid with Your Manager – 5
I know it’s not always easy to get along with your boss and I know that bosses are not perfect. But I also know that you will do yourself a great favor to avoid making mistakes. Small things matter, and...
Mistakes to Avoid with Your Manager – 4
Having held several positions with very different managers, I look back at my career and acknowledge some mistakes I’ve made in dealing with them. I want to help you avoid those mistakes. Mistake 6: Going Over Your Manager’s Head When...
Mistakes to Avoid with Your Manager – 3
Have you ever seen someone do great damage to themselves by the way they treated their manager? We’re looking at mistakes to avoid with your manager. Remember the first three mistakes are: complaining about your boss, showing up your boss,...
Mistakes to Avoid with Your Manager – 2
How well do you get along with your boss? Here is mistake number two to avoid. Mistake 2: Showing Up Your Boss It seems that some people think they have to show up the boss in order to make a...
Mistakes to Avoid with Your Manager
If you are a Christian in the working world, working for someone else, you know that your manager or employer can have a lot of influence on your success in your job and in your career. So, it just makes...
The Power of Asking
There is power in asking. Think about it in the business world. Selling is asking, isn’t it? I remember when training for sales with IBM I was taught to ask for the order and not to be shy about it....
Short, inspiring devotionals to get you focused for the day
Thank you Mary Loman for being faithful to your calling. My daughter and I listen to this almost everyday before we start our day. 3 min encouraging word from the Word keeps us focused on getting our work done walking with Jesus.
You have helped to learn to look at things in a different more positive way! Very encouraging!!
The Power of Praise
I’ve been listening to The Christian Working Woman since I became a born again Christian and I really like how it is short and to the point. I also like how you have the devotions available so I can meditate on it throughout the day or week. The “Power of Praise” episode is another great reminder for me to look to God when times are tough. I’m still single and in debt and wondering when things will look up but today at small group I was reminded that God will never leave me or forsake me and I started thanking God for the things I do have in spite of my brokenness! Thank you for being led by the Spirit because I find it amazing how your topics align to what I am either struggling or experiencing! God bless you and your team!