Living out the gospel in the City

Helpful articles on being a distinctive Christian in the City

Christians working in the City often find it hard to know what it looks like to live out their faith here in the City. Every office and each Christian's situation is different, and so there is no one-size-fits-all answer.

However, the Bible gives clear principles by which those who trust in Jesus can – and should – live. We asked some City Christians to give their perspective on how the gospel affects different areas of their lives in the City.

What does it mean to be a godly employee?
What does it mean to be a godly manager? Part 1
What does it mean to be a godly manager? Part 2
How should the gospel affect my view of money?
How should knowing the future affect my view of work?
How do I make godly decisions about long hours?
Why should I get involved in a workplace prayer group?
How should I deal with unemployment?
Top 10 tips for new graduates

If you have any questions or comments on these articles, please contact Joe Pan (joe@christiansinthecity.com).

Watch below as a few Christian City workers share their convictions, share about opportunities they have in the City, and share about how they work out their faith in the City.

If you are not already a member of a small group, why not consider joining a City Bible study group. These offer a chance to study God's Word with other Christians, and to discuss how Bible truths should affect our lives here in the City.

 
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