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Explore the benefits of applying the basic tenets of faith -- teamwork, perseverance, trust, and goodwill -- at work while connecting with the funny and heartfelt lessons learned along the way by Kevin Lowry.
Paperback, 138 pages
Published 2012 by Our Sunday Visitor (first published January 1st 2011)
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Sarah
This is a great book, hands down. Kevin Lowry is approachable and I found that, though he wrote what is undoubtedly a business book, it’s applicable to all of us who work, whether we work at home or in an office or on the road. Lowry taps into his experience and his wisdom, shares his faith and his insight, and tops it all off with a bit of humor and perspective. I really enjoyed reading it and I will be encouraging others to read it as well.
Stuart
How many people work for the Church? What about missionary work? I'll even count people who work for organizations that help spread the Gospel either by word or deed. If you fit into these three categories, then you are not Kevin Lowry's target audience with his book. While I know your jobs aren't always easy or fulfilling, I believe that the spiritual rewards you see from the people you minister to can be uplifting. Instead, this book is intended for us poor working stiffs in the secular world ...more
Steven R. McEvoy
Few books have as an immediate an impact on all areas of your life as this book will. This book was stunningly designed to help you be a better servant of God and through that a better employee and coworker. With every chapter you learn new lessons that you can start applying immediately. Each chapter is broken into three sections - first the text of the chapter, second, action steps and third, questions for reflection. As I read this book I found that I would read a chapter a day, and the next ...more
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I actually enjoyed reading this book. It is very light but the concepts are sound. Now that I have finished, I am taking each chapter and working on the questions and reflections. I did not give it 5 stars because I wished it could have been longer.
Dave Brandt
Great insights. Helped me recognize that I have a great gift in my work and a great responsibility and privilege to make Christ known in that environment. Thank you and may God bless you Kevin.
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Kevin Lowry is a convert to Catholicism and the son of a former Presbyterian minister. He and his wife Kathi met at Franciscan University, where they discovered the richness and beauty of the faith. After spending time as spiritual nomads, the couple met Scott and Kimberly Hahn, and faced the inevitable. They entered the Catholic Church at Easter Vigil, 1992.

Kevin and Kathi have eight children and
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