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Additional Resources for Working For the Man Upstairs - Your Job... Your Calling... Your Life!

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  • No Job - No You?
    This blog explores what you lose when you lose your job. What can you find in the process?


  • The Dish Washer - Most Important Man?
    This series of pages shows how you can rise from dishwasher to executive chef and beyond. But along the way, notice how crucial each and every position is for operating a restaurant.
  • High Power-Line Maintenance
    Whose job is it to keep high-voltage power lines maintained? Watch this video.
  • Who Wants to Be a Tradesman?
    Mike Rowe of the show Dirty Jobs developed this website to show the importance of the trades (plumbing, contracting, electrical work, welding, construction, etc.) for keeping our nation's infrastructure intact. If we lose too many of these vital workers, what will happen to our nation and our way of life?
  • How Important Is a Photographer?
    What impact can a photographer make on this world? Read a few responses down into this blog and you will see the noble worth God has given the work of photographers in our society.


  • Interviews on video
    Four men share how they live out their vocations at work and off the clock. You can find their interviews on the DVD and on the Men's NetWork Web site (
    - "We don't just sell cotton seeds."
    - "Your dentist is your coach?"
    - "Grumpy customers are my vocation."
    - "Has anyone ever told you, 'You ought to be a pastor, teacher, etc.'?"

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