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Our Weekly Devotional

Shortly after the release of his first three collections of Bible studies on faith and work (30 Moments Christians Face in the Workplace), Madetomatter's Senior Writer began to look for new ways to reach working Christians. In February, 2002, the first weekly devotional was released under the title "Marketplace Moments." Now approaching it's tenth year, the column's title was changed to Made to Matter on January 1, 2008. With over 500 devotionals written on topics important to workers in every walk of life, there's likely one written about the issues facing you right now, so we've placed them here, searchable, for readers to explore anew. Got a favorite? Write to let us know. Looking for something to send that friend whose suffered a loss, or who has had a serious setback at work? You might find a column that captures the essence of your feelings right here. From the deeply moving story of the WWII canteen in North Platte, Nebraska to the words and life-tales of some of history's best-known and least-known characters, there's something here for everyone.
 
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Thursday, June 12, 2014 • Randy Kilgore • General
"I remember!" she said as the nurse from China told me a story nearly five decades old. Her eyes lit up and her words rushed out as she talked about a working Christian whose legacy still echoed in her world.
Tuesday, June 3, 2014 • • General
His "chariot of fire" carried him from Olympic glory to this place, a bed in a Japanese prisoner of war camp deep inside China during WWII. Even here, where life was marked by deprivation, exhaustion and, for him, a brain tumor, Eric Liddell lived by two words: "Complete surrender."
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 • • General
Unlike others who don√????√???√??√?¬Ę??t know Jesus----humans equally capable of noble acts and unselfish service---- we fight with different tools and different strategies, and with the hope and perspective of eternity in our sights.
Monday, May 19, 2014 • • General
Today, under the command of our Lord to love our neighbors, we must open our ears to the people we work beside or live with or worship with, listening for the words they may have trouble uttering.
Monday, May 12, 2014 • • General
Revival can start anywhere, but the path it follows once started, carries it from heart to heart among those who are already talking to God. These are the beacons of faith that light the darkness when hope is all that's left.
Monday, May 5, 2014 • • General
"If only you'd been on time, Lord?" Ever felt like Mary, wondering where God is when you're in trouble? What do we do when the road ahead seems blocked and it feels like we've lost touch with God?
Monday, April 28, 2014 • • General
By remembering our spiritual heroes, we may awaken in ourselves what we inherited from them: The ability to let others see Jesus in us.
Monday, April 21, 2014 • • General
Reading the Bible makes us better at the work we do, whether we're a plumber working alone or an evangelist teaching large crowds. We all have a place--a holy place--in God's Creation, and the Bible is a necessary part of our training. It's why God promises every time we read His Word, He will make use of that information in our lives.
Monday, April 14, 2014 • • General
One of the biggest questions we get asked is "How do you know there is only one way back to God?" That question was answered in a quiet exchange in a garden in Gethsemane many years ago.
Friday, March 21, 2014 • • General
It was early in my career, and I was eager to make a mark, so I approached the first round of employee evaluations I did with great care. I already knew that nothing I said in the evaluation should be new information; that if I hadn‚?Tt pointed out something during the course of our past year of working together, then springing it in an evaluation for the first time was damaging and unhelpful. No one, in any area of their life, enjoys being blindsided.
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