Empowering Christian Witness in the Workplace


  • I believe that one of the next great moves of God is going to be through believers in the workplace.

    - Dr. Billy Graham 

    Our Vision is to see Christians live out their faith in public life. 


    Our Mission is simply to support Christians by addressing topical issues that are relevant for effective witness in corporate life.


    The tendency is a sacred/secular divide that has excused Christians from embracing the Great Commission as a whole life calling.


    Therefore, we aim through various Sessions, to empower and enable Christians to intelligently, intentionally and courageously engage with mechanisms that exist in coporate life, and to use them to build bridges for positive dialogue and discussion. Mechanisms such Staff Networks, Equality and Diversity, Multi-faith forums, Well-being initiatives, etc.


    These are platforms and opportunities for Christians to engage, listen, empathize, and infuse the conversation with Salt and Light. They are bridges and doors that lead to positive conversations with great potential for the Christian witness.  




    "The habit of thinking about work as something one does to make money is so ingrained in us that we can scarcely imagine what a revolutionary change it would be to think about it instead in terms of the work done. To do so would mean taking the attitude of mind we reserve for our unpaid work – our hobbies, our leisure interests, the things we make and do for pleasure – and making that the standard of all our judgments about things and people... work is not, primarily, a thing one does to live, but the thing one lives to do. It is, or it should be, the full expression of the worker’s faculties, the thing in which he finds spiritual, mental and bodily satisfaction, and the medium in which he offers himself to God... It is the business of the Church to recognize that the secular vocation, as such, is sacred. Christian people... must get it firmly into their heads that when a man or woman is called to a particular job of secular work, that is as true a vocation as though he or she were called to specifically religious work..."

    - Dorothy Sayers (1893 - 1957)




    Let us seek to advance human flourishing (Shalom) through the deployment of our vocational power for benefit of colleagues, clients and customers, community and country. What we do, not just how we do it, can enable our neighbour to experience shalom. For the work itself matters. What we do—not just how we do it—matters.

    - Dr. Amy Sherman

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