Jordan Raynor

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Author of Called to Create, CEO of Threshold 360, husband to Kara, and dada to Ellison and Kate. Sign-up for my weekly faith & work devotional at ⬇️

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The hope that we have in Jesus should make Christians some of the most fearless, wisest risk-takers when pursuing our callings.
Our view of profit is influenced by our view of who creates wealth in the first place. As Christians, we understand that it is God that produces wealth through us, thus giving us an entirely different lens than the world by which to view the purpose of profit.
"’Martha, Martha,’ the Lord answered, ‘You are worried and upset about many things, but few things are needed—or indeed only one. Mary has chosen what is better, and it will not be taken away from her.’" (Luke 10:41-42) I'm diving into this verse in my devotional series, Time Management Principles from God's Word. Get it in your inbox Monday morning by signing-up at the link in my bio!
1 Chronicles 29:12 reminds us that "Riches and honor come from [God]." Let that be a humble reminder for all of us today!
If we are going to love our neighbors through our work, we must understand what love is. And to do that, we must always be growing in our knowledge and experience of who Jesus is.
@YouVersion turns 10 tomorrow! Incredible to see what the Lord has done through that team. I'm so grateful for the Partnerships team at YouVersion, which has helped more than 500,000 believers engage with God's Word through my reading plans. Start one of these plans today by clicking the link in my bio!
"We are images of God, representations of Jesus Christ to a lost world. To reflect our Savior well, we must be keepers of our word." That’s an excerpt from my devotional series, Time Management Principles from God's Word. Get it in your inbox Monday morning by signing-up at the link in my bio!
It is God, not us, that produces results. In order to find true rest, our hustling must be accompanied by even greater trusting in God.
The world tells us that people are simply a means to better profits, processes, and products. But the Bible tells us that people are the crown-jewel of creation and should be treated as such.
"If we fill-up our schedules with demands from work and home and then try to find time to spend in prayer and study of God’s Word, we are setting ourselves up for failure. Before you go any further in this study, take some time to determine what time you will tithe exclusively to prayer and study of Scripture on a daily basis." That’s an excerpt from my devotional series, Time Management Principles from God's Word. Get it in your inbox Monday morning by signing-up at the link in my bio!
One of the most beautiful parts of business is providing people with the means to survive, thrive, and enjoy God's good gifts.
If we see our creating as a means of revealing God’s character and loving others, then we have proper ambition to create like we are running out of time, because, in fact, we are!