Episode #11: Because He Lives, You Can . . .

Apr 16, 2020


While the last two episodes have been focusing primarily on the practical side of our work -- marketing and taking action in a crisis -- today we’re taking a little bit of a break from all the coronavirus crisis news and addressing our need as Christian business owners to look upward and take the time to consider what the resurrection means to our faith and then how the fact of the resurrection impacts every part of our lives, including our work. Listen in and be encouraged.


Special Announcements:

1. The Work Is Good podcast will soon be titled the Working Upward podcast. Look for that change in coming weeks. The focus and direction of the podcast are the same, but the title will make that more clear and will work well with the rest of the WorkingUpward.com brand. 

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Because He Lives, You Can . . .

  1. Face tomorrow.
  2. Keep working.
  3. Stop the comparison game.
  4. Be bold in sharing the good news.


Read the Resurrection Chapter (1 Corinthians 15 ) and saturate yourself with the truth of the Resurrection. Let it’s truth keep you hopeful and moving forward.

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Mentioned & Related Resources:

  1. The Upward VA Roadmap & Support System (COVID-19 Offer)
  2. The Upward VA Ambassador Program Application
  3. Andrew Peterson's Resurrection Letters
  4. 1 Corinthians 15
  5. Hymn: Jesus Lives and So Shall I
  6. The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis


Intro and Outro Music by Purple-Planet.com

Drum Roll Sound Effect by Mike Koenig, via SoundBible.com

"Bike, Bell Ding, Single, 01-01.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org

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