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What is the purpose of your work?



Bradley MooreOne Sunday morning a couple of years ago, my church announced a new program discussing “Faith in the Workplace.” Although I had never thought much about this subject, I was intrigued and decided to check it out, along with many other career-oriented congregants.
My church is located in a bucolic, historically-preserved town that happens to be a stone’s throw from the pharmaceutical Mecca of the Northeast, and is also within commuting distance from both New York City and Philadelphia. Needless to say, we are a church community filled with our fair share of corporate management-types.
Once the appointed day arrived and the group had settled in to their seats, the speaker opened the session by asking a very simple question: “What is the purpose of your work?”



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