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For those who live as try-hard false versions of themselves. For those who settle for less, believe in the lies and excuses, stuck, and unsure. For those who live below or outside their God-given design and giftedness. Emmylou (and friends) help create a little safe space to help you untangle the human experience and dismantle the false and broken narratives so you can live well and be a better human being to yourself, your family, your relationships, and your community. After all, our life ...
 
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The Question. The down-and-out who flocked to Jesus when He lived on earth, no longer feel welcome among His followers. What happened? I offer two possible answers. Listen in. Email: iman@emmylouiman.com || Website: https://emmylouiman.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yesterday-today-next/message…
 
Fear is a liar and the truth is the light that dispels the darkness of and in our minds. But this is something you need to begin to practice and assume for yourself when anxiety arises. You need to be able to realign yourself with God’s truth if you’re going to begin to walk in peace. In this episode, we talk about Isaiah 26:3 has to do with my men…
 
This week's episode is a deep dive into the basics of anxiety. Dealing with anxiety requires intentionality. Listen in. Anxiety and parallel processing The 4 cycles of anxiety The 4 steps to dealing with the cycle of anxiety The 2 steps to be intentional in overcoming anxiety Scripture: Isaiah 53:4-5 I would very much like to hear from you, send qu…
 
Three questions we talk through in today's episode. What is a caring community? Does psychology really help? What about the Bible? Scripture: Isaiah 26:3 I would very much like to hear from you, send questions and reflections to iman@emmylouiman.com Keep up with me on Instagram or visit the blog Hang with me and join the discussion (audio hangout) …
 
Research for over 20 years has shown that when a person is in psychological distress, they’re going to their church and faith communities before they ever step foot with a mental health professional. This is why it’s important to talk about this. Scripture: Psalm 4:8 I would very much like to hear from you. Send questions and reflections to iman@em…
 
Welcome to a brand new podcast! This new podcast is about three things: mental-emotional wellbeing, community, and faith in Jesus. Listen in to know what these are all about, what to expect for each episode, and how you can contribute. This podcast wouldn’t be here without you so thank you. Listen in. I would very much like to hear from you. Send Q…
 
This is the podcast for women to come together, not to compare or compete but to celebrate each other and strengthen one-another in the Lord and in His Word. We all have different roles but all of these roles do not define us, they are our assignments. So, we link arms and build a community of women who follow Christ, live as women of God and work …
 
This is the podcast for women to come together, not to compare or compete but to celebrate each other and strengthen one-another in the Lord and in His Word. We all have different roles but all of these roles do not define us, they are our assignments. So, we link arms and build a community of women who follow Christ, live as women of God and work …
 
This episode is where I talk to you about why we’re making changes in the podcast yet again, and what it’s going to look like. What’s different, what’s the same. And just really lean in to this idea of why we’re doing this podcast in the first place. I did three 'scary' things this year - 2 decisions and 1 new thing. Listen in.--- Send in a voice m…
 
When you find yourself low in motivation, overly procrastinating, and giving in to all kinds of distraction, I have 5 simple steps that may help you. Listen in.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yesterday-today-next/messageBy Emmylou F. Iman
 
Success is not a comparison of what we have done with what others have done. It is coming up to the level of our best, making the most of our abilities and possibilities. You must decide if you are going to rob the world or bless it with your untapped resources stored within you. You are more than what you have done. Connect: FB + IG: @rescuingmond…
 
When determining your next steps about your future, your dreams, your heart and your passion is worth considering but it cannot be your sole motivation behind what it is that you decide to do. FB + IG: @rescuingmondays Email: grow@rescuingmondays.com Blog: rescuingmondays.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yesterday-today-next/messag…
 
Knowing our purpose will guide us throughout our career and life. It becomes, in many ways, our compass, guiding us to the activities, people and places that will bring the deepest satisfaction and delight. In this episode, I will coach you on how to create your own purpose statement for life and work. Download the worksheet templates over at rescu…
 
Imagine that you and I are in a coffee shop drinking coffee (black, of course) and I ask you the all-important why question. Describe your deepest desire & dream. Why do you want to do it? Why do you believe it will bring you fulfilment? The answers are clues to your purpose. They will help point your mind to the things your heart already knows. FB…
 
After a year's Sabbatical of the podcast, season 3 is here. By listening to Rescuing Mondays® each week, you will discover practical ways to maximize every working hour by finding purpose, discovering your gifts, developing your leadership and managing skills, and viewing your life with a new sense of hope and possibility.--- Send in a voice messag…
 
Our workplace is not a neutral zone, it is a battle zone. Every day the good and evil, the Kingdom of God and the kingdom of Satan are coming in conflict. We should know who our real enemy is. Listen in. CONNECT: www.rescuingmondays.com IG/Pinterest/FB: @rescuingmondays--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yesterday-today-next/message…
 
We are called to act in humility and have a teachable spirit rather than have an attitude of moral superiority. When I am tempted – and believe me, it happens all the time – to put on airs or look down on someone with whom I am working, I am jolted into reality when the truth that it is only by the grace of God and nothing but the grace of God swee…
 
How are we to respond when we face ill treatment in the workplace? Turning the other cheek does not mean it is improper to seek appropriate grievance processes and legal procedures when we have been unfairly taken advantage of. CONNECT: Instagram: rescuingmondays Facebook: rescuingmondays Pinterest: rescuingmondays--- Send in a voice message: https…
 
If we are going to connect our Sunday faith with our Monday work, we will need a theology of the everyday life. This will mean embracing a life of common grace for the common good. CONNECT: Instagram: @rescuingmondays Facebook: rescuingmondays Pinterest: rescuingmondays--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yesterday-today-next/message…
 
Dallas Willard: "The place of discipleship is wherever I am now. It’s whatever I am now, and whatever I am doing now. When I go to work at USC and I walk in class, that’s my place of discipleship..." CONNECT IG | FB: @rescuingmondays WEB: rescuingmondays.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yesterday-today-next/message…
 
It is a good and desirable thing to have work that fulfils us. There is nothing inherently wrong about pursuing a great job, but we must remember that it is not necessary for God’s will to be accomplished in our lives. What is necessary is that we are formed into greater Christlikeness in our work. Connect: IG| FB: @rescuingmondays Blog: rescuingmo…
 
We must always remember in our hearts and minds that our work, though difficult and challenging, is one of God’s main means for our spiritual growth and transformation. Work is where perseverance, proven character and hope are deeply forged in our lives. Connect: @rescuingmondays | rescuingmondays.com @emmylouimandotcom | emmylouiman.com--- Send in…
 
The thing is, God not only wants to join us in our work but to make us increasingly aware of His presence while we work. Even while doing the most mundane tasks, we can enjoy fellowship with God and practice His presence. How? Let me give you two ways... Web: rescuingmondays.com IG: @rescuingmondays FB: @rescuingmondays--- Send in a voice message: …
 
Our work is a gift. Like the good gifts of education, marriage, friendship, leisure and family, our work influences in great measure the persons we are and the persons we are becoming. Daily we are being formed by the work we do, the people we rub shoulders with, and the skills we acquire. Work is one of the places where we are spiritually formed. …
 
What is the value of the mundane things we do? How do they give our lives significance? It is walking through life with Jesus Christ by faith that makes everything we do have eternal value. Our walk will not be in vain if we take all the learning and the character that has been developed in all the work we have done in this life into the future. IG…
 
The work that we do now matters more than we often realize. Heaven is much more than merely a beautiful place to eternally chill out. Our time here on earth is a preparation for an eternity of activity and creativity in the new heavens and the new earth. Our work matters not only now but also for eternity. IG: @rescuingmondays Web: rescuingmondays.…
 
Without knowing Christ, you and I will never experience the life for which we were created. Without knowing Christ, our work will never be all that God intended for it to be. Without knowing the One who created work, our work will never be fulfilling. The good news of work is that we can be transformed and as we are transformed, our work can also b…
 
A large stewardship of our career or calling in the workplace is faithfully showing up every day no matter how we feel, whether we like our present jobs or not. When we show up we demonstrate to others around us our good in and through our work, we show that we are responsible enough to not be moved by feelings because, trust me, our feelings canno…
 
Highlights: [3:50] We are called to Someone, not to something or somewhere. [4:24] Our work is our contribution to the common good. [4:50] God designed work to have both a vertical and horizontal dimension. [6:07] Work is not just about the money. [6:45] Call to Action – change of perspective about how you view work. Info: Web: rescuingmondays.com …
 
Highlights of this episode: [3:50] We are called to Someone, not to something or somewhere. [4:24] Our work is our contribution to the common good. [4:50] God designed work to have both a vertical and horizontal dimension. [6:07] Work is not just about the money. [6:45] Call to Action – change of perspective about how you view work. Info: Web: resc…
 
Highlights: [3:54] Kristina's Letter. [5:21] The plan of looking at work through the biblical lens in answer to Kristina's letter. [7:01] The one thing I know for sure as spoken by Os Guinness. [7:55] When we are being transformed, our work is being transformed, too. [8:19] God as a creative worker. [8:42] Humans are to be God's image-bearers. Web:…
 
Highlights: [4:14] - Why we read the Bible [5:40]- All work has a spiritual component [7:12] - Two Simple Strategies that when done consistently will reflect the excellence of our God Episodes mentioned, in this order: Episode 0/1: Introducing Rescuing Mondays Episode 2: Build a Career, not a Job Episode 12: Welcome to Season 2 Episode 7: Work is C…
 
Today is the start of a brand new season. Welcome to season 2, episode 12 of Rescuing Mondays podcast. Each week we will talk about finding meaning and significance in the work that we do. In season 2 of Rescuing Mondays, I want to explore practically and Biblically how we should behave as employees who have experienced God in our lives. Season 2 i…
 
It would be a mistake to think that Christians should quit their jobs and become Pastors, missionaries or full-time church workers if God has not called you to be any of these. The so-called secular vocation is not bad, it is simply strategic. There’s 100% nothing wrong with this but Christians living only with Christians and working only with Chri…
 
God is not any happier when you are religiously active and yet you are not seeking His character lived out in the way you conduct yourself in your place of work. Truth is you don’t need to be verbally telling people at your work about Jesus before the quality of your work is demonstrated, His justice, His kindness, and His fairness. Instagram: @emm…
 
Work is excellence pursuing when the work we do is according to the highest standards of excellence because we are doing it first and foremost for God. In this episode: *Colossians 3:17-24 and what it means to us today *How to pursue excellence and the 5 ways to trust God for Instagram: @emmylouiman | Blog: emmylouiman.com Music by Bensound and Mar…
 
What does it look like for our work to be Christian? What is it about a work that makes a work a Christian work? What is it about a business that makes a business a Christian business? In this episode: *Genesis 2:15 - Work was something God put in His original creation. *Good vs. Perfect *How does God give us our daily bread Instagram: @emmylouiman…
 
“So here’s what I want you to do, God helping you; Take your everyday, ordinary life – your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking-around life – and place it before God as an offering..." ~Romans 12:1-2 What's in this episode: *Integrity and characteristics of a person with integrity *Ways to have more integrity *An action item you can do Ins…
 
"If you are faithful in little things, you will be faithful in large ones. But if you are dishonest in little things, you won't be honest with greater responsibilities." ~Luke 16:10~ In this episode: *Principle 1: Keep working hard *Principle 2: Leave on a positive note *Principle 3: Don't use your quitting to negotiate your current compensation In…
 
"The call on your life has more to do with becoming who you were created to be than what you can do for God." ~Alisa Keeton In this episode: *What do we need to quit on *Why do we need to quit *3 Questions to ask before quitting *Invitation to work with God in His redemptive work in your workplace Instagram: @emmylouiman Blog: emmylouiman.com Music…
 
In this episode: *Amplify the long term benefits of NOT quitting *Know when to quit *Reactive, serial quitting vs. strategic quitting Come find me: emmylouiman.com; instagram: @emmylouiman Music by Bensound and Maranatha! Acoustic--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yesterday-today-next/message…
 
Unless someone is holding a gun to your head throughout the day that you work, it is your choice to be stuck. In like manner, you can choose to be unstuck. And choosing to be unstuck does not necessarily mean that you leave your job. This episode discusses two things you can immediately do if you want to have a better job right at this moment, minu…
 
Secular work is sacred work, too. This is the essence of Rescuing Mondays. In this episode: *Discover Emmylou's experience and what qualifies her to talk about rescuing Mondays *Differences between working a job vs. building a career *How not keeping one job or be in multiple jobs can be part of God's plan in your life Instagram: @emmylouiman Blog:…
 
In this episode, find out what Rescuing Mondays is and its mission. Emmylou F. Iman, a Trainer, a TV talk show host and a Consultant specializing in Performance Management and Organizational Systems and Processes strongly believes that secular work is sacred work, too. Instagram: @emmylouiman Blog: emmylouiman.com; thepinoyhr.com Facebook: @Emmylou…
 
Still in the Stewardship Series, Jabez and I talk about discovering your talents, gift, calling or purpose in your life and how to take good care of it. Being a good steward of the talents and skills the Lord Jesus Christ has given us is reflective of our appreciation to our Creator. We share our own experiences, how we discovered what we're good a…
 
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