Leadercast Breakout Session Looks At Faith At Work

Posted: May 10, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO JASON IVESTER David Roth, from left, president at WorkMatters, Shelley Simpson, executive vice president with J.B. Hunt, Mark Yount, chief operating officer with Field Agent, and Tim Broughton, vice president with McKee Foods, participate in a discussion on faith in the workplace Friday during the annual Leadercast event at Cross Church in Rogers.

ROGERS -- The idea of integrating faith in the workplace is becoming more widely accepted and David Roth said he wants to do what he can to help that trend continue.

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Seven Pillars

David Roth, president of WorkMatters, said the group established seven pillars a few years ago to help simplify the challenge of integrating faith at work. WorkMatters is a nonprofit group that has a vision of impacting culture for Christ through faith at work.

The seven pillars are:

• Relationship: Abiding with God at work.

• Integrity: Wisdom and courage to do what’s right, every time.

• Excellence: Work with all your heart.

• Influence: Intentional with the impact you have on others at work.

• Serve: Lead strongly through serving others with humility.

• Calling: Align gifts, skills and experience with your vocation.

• Balance: Create sustainable work/life equilibrium.

Source: workmatters.org

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