For most of us, Monday is our least favorite day of the week. Research shows 50% of employees are late to work on Mondays, productivity is around 30% on Mondays, and most of us don’t even smile until 11:16 a.m. on this dreaded day. Worse yet, more heart attacks and suicides happen on Mondays than any other work day. Yet, millions of Christians look great on Sunday then switch God OFF by Monday morning a distinct switch to a form of practical atheism. No God on Monday! This reality is undermining God’s purposes for our work and our lives. Monday’s are hurting workers, families, churches and business alike. It’s time for a Monday Switch a switch to God’s way of working. Imagine yourself, your church, your business switching God ON at work in ways you have never imagined! More purpose, peace, and power.

During this call, you will discover:

  • If you are Switching God OFF at work or not.
  • Common lies most believe about work and how to counter them with truth.
  • How God’s view of work has been distorted.
  • Motivational reminders to keep God ON at work.


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About Doug Spada

Doug's passion is helping people find life in their work. He is the founder and CEO of WorkLife where he develops innovative resources to help people experience God while they work. Drawing from his unique professional and military background, Doug also speaks nationally on God's plan and purpose for our work, as well as the church's role in that plan.

As a decorated Navy veteran, he served during the Cold War onboard US Navy fast-attack nuclear submarines. He was an instructor at the Navy's top-secret nuclear training facility at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. Doug has received numerous commendations during his career, including an Admiral's Citation and the Navy Achievement Medal. In addition to his education in engineering, Doug has a degree in Business Organizational Management. He ran an energy consulting firm in southern California during the 1990s. Doug lives in Atlanta, GA, with Tricia, his wife, and their sons, Ryan and Brayden.