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By Mark D. Roberts | Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Links to the latest edition of The High, a sister ministry of Laity Lodge.

Work for God, Not for Money
by Ed Gungor

This may sound odd, but Christians are to work with an eye toward obedience—not toward a paycheck. We are to work for God. And we are to see our money as a reward from God for our obedience to him in working rather than for the work itself. (Click here to continue reading.)

Do Your Best and People Will Notice
An Interview with Erik Fyrwald, CEO of Nalco, Part 1

Taking Steps Toward Forgiveness
by Becky Garrison

Video Interview with the Guys from Deidox
by Ramblin’ Dan

The Serving Son of Man
by Mark D. Roberts

“For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve others and to give his life as a ransom for many.”

In the verses prior to Mark 10:45, James and John had approached Jesus in order to be guaranteed positions of influence and honor in his kingdom. When the other disciples heard what the two brothers had asked, they were angry. In response, Jesus instructed them about the countercultural nature of leadership in his kingdom. The one who seeks to be a great leader must become great in serving others. (Click here to continue reading.)

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