Sermon Illustrations about Work & Career
Home > Illustrations > Topics > W > Work & Career
Find fresh sermon illustrations on Work & Career to help bring your sermon to life.
Working from Home Is Killing Our Social Lives
On the topic of work/life questions, Marie Le Conte writes in The New Statesman, that “Working From Home Is Killing Our Social Lives.” For ...
How to Minister as a Plumber
Ten years ago, Nathaniel Miller was at a vocational fork in the road. He had spent years praying and dreaming about pastoring a church, but Miller was ...
The Greatest Pro-Life Speech of all Time
In what has been called “the greatest pro-life speech of all time,” the now-deceased Christian leader Richard John Neuhaus shared the turning ...
Management’s New Trend—Leading with Empathy
An article in The Wall Street Journal noted a new highly prized management skill—empathy. According to the article,
Empathetic leadership has long ...
Chief Happiness Officers Promote Corporate Happiness
Thousands of workers now identify as their company’s “Chief Happiness Officer” or CHO. What does a CHO do every day? For Erika Conklin, ...
Legendary MLB Announcer Thanks God
“It’s time for Dodger baseball … Hi everybody and a very pleasant good evening to you, wherever you may be.”
That was the opening ...
New Worship Craze—Workism
Derek Thompson, a staff writer for The Atlantic, argues that Americans have a new object for worship. He calls it the religion of workism. Thompson writes: ...
Famous Actor: ‘I Guess the Plan Is Just Hope’
Robert Pattinson has experienced a great deal of career success. High profile roles like Edward in the Twilight series, Cedric Diggory in the Harry Potter ...
Masters Winner’s Identity Isn’t Golf but God
In February of 2022, Scottie Scheffler was a 25-year-old beginning his third full season on the PGA Tour, ranked 15th in the world. He was still seeking ...
Humble Man Tuned Pianos for the Stars
The largely unknown Franz Mohr once claimed, “I play [the piano] more in Carnegie Hall than anybody else, but I have no audience.” Mohr, was ...