STUDIES HAVE FOUND THOSE WITH HIGHER ‘DIVINE ATTACHMENT’ ON AVERAGE PERFORMED BETTER AND HAD HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY AT THE WORKPLACE THAN THOSE WHO DID NOT. THIS IN ADDITION TO LOWER RATES OF ABSENTEEISM, CONFLICT, AND TURNOVER RATES FROM THIS GROUP (GALLUP AND BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 2011, 2016)
Faith in its broadest sense means discovering that the things we do today are counting for something, and that they are part of a much bigger picture. Finding that meaning may involve a long and constant search, but can be very rewarding.
Discovering one's faith can be seen as similar to going for a walk. With each step you can meditate on leaving something behind, and moving into the future. Faith can be constantly discovered and re-discovered with each step, as we reflect on what our life means and what our highest purpose is.
Some people have been handed down a faith, but have never quite felt it was their own. They were told what to believe when they were brought up, and it's likely they were born into a family or a place that had a religious tradition that attached itself to them, but they never discovered a real faith for themselves. The walk to discover one's faith is possibly the most challenging, and the most important walks are those we choose, and we can help you. We help people on that journey in a theologically open way. We allow you to understand how your views, ethics, and perspective aligns with the various world religions and theological thinkers, in order to help you determine what your faith means to you.