Item description for The 9 to 5 Window: How Faith Can Transform the Workplace by Os Hillman...
Overview Hillman's work includes sections on "The Move of God Today and Why He Is Calling You," "The Role of Adversity in Your Call," "My Skill Versus His Power," and "You Can Transform Your Workplace."
Publishers Description Faith in the workplace is a subject of recent interest in the secular media is taking the nation by storm. God is using the lives of ordinary men and women to make an impact and transform their workplaces, big and small, for Jesus Christ. Readers of the "9 to 5 Window" will learn about this incredible movement and what can take place when people transform their view of work from a means of paying the bills to a means of freeing people in bondage and giving those around them (and themselves) purpose and meaning in life and at work. Using Moses as an example of a person who learned to view his work from an eternal perspective, Os Hillman shows how we all can experience transformed lives, workplaces, cities and nations.
Citations And Professional Reviews The 9 to 5 Window: How Faith Can Transform the Workplace by Os Hillman has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Christian Advance - 09/01/2005 page 65
Ingram Advance - 09/01/2005 page 114
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More About Os Hillman
OS HILLMAN is president of Marketplace Leaders, an organization whose mission is to be a voice and agent to inspire, teach, and connect Christian believers to resources and relationships in order to manifest the life of Christ in their workplace call for cultural influence. Formally an advertising agency owner, Os is now an internationally recognized speaker on the subject of faith at work and a business owner. He is the author of seventeen books and a daily e-mail devotional called TGIF: Today God Is First, which has thousands of readers in over a hundred nations. He hosts a national radio show, Faith, Work, and Culture with Os Hillman, and has been featured on CNBC and NBC, as well as the LA Times and the New York Times. Os is also founder and president of Aslan Group Publishing, which provides a leading online "faith-at-work" Christian bookstore called TGIFbookstore.com to serve the needs of Christians in their workplace. He also speaks to and trains leaders around the world. Os and his wife, Pamela, have one adult daughter, and they currently reside in Atlanta. Please visit his websites to learn more: MarketplaceLeaders.org. TodayGodIsFirst.com, BecomeaChangeAgent.com
Reviews - What do customers think about 9 To 5 Window?
Life Transformation Monday thru Friday Oct 17, 2005
Os Hillman's book, The 9 to 5 Window, is a must-read for anyone serving in the workplace who desires to see the Almighty work in the lives of those around them. Os does a magnificent job of presenting what needs to take place in us so that we are transformed and then can be agents of God in His transformation of others. In humility, Os brings to life the Almighty's work in him and in his wife, as well many other testimonies the world over where life transformation is taking place. A great book for individual or group study.
The Workplace as a Place of Ministry Sep 29, 2005
The 9 to 5 Window by Os Hilman gives a concise look at a dilemma faced by many who want to serve God, yet feel that they must preach behind a pulpit to do so. The 9 to 5 Window gives us a glimpse into the lives of men and women who are making a difference for God in the earth and many of them never speak in a public manner, but they are using their vocations as a means of changing their worlds.
As someone who struggled with the concept of "fulltime ministry" the book was a welcome relief to the guilt complex often felt by those who find themselves running businesses and working in a work-a-day world and yet are touching people where they are.
Many thanks to Os Hilman for taking the time to show us that there is another way to serve God in a significant way.