We know how most Christians behave during the 1 hour of the week they are in church. We get a message each week of hope, redemption, love, forgiveness or grace. Then we get into our cars and curse the person off in front of us because they didn’t turn left quickly enough? Is the message really sinking in? Sometimes I wonder if we truly know all the words to the song- “They will know we are Christians by our love?" And if our friends, co-workers and associates know that we go to church each week, what then is our Kingdom Etiquette? How do we behave as Christians for the other 167 hours in the week? Do we know that we influence others through our ABC’s - Attitudes/Behaviors/Communications? What are our actions, expressions, and image saying about our faith outside the church? Would someone know that you are a Christian just by their first impressions of you? What are the soft skills that we need to have as a Christian? Bob will make you think about the message we are sending to people in the workplace with our actions, behaviors, body language, dining skills and more! And he will help you "polish" those skills that will show people that you do "practice what you preach" when it comes to treating people with respect, caring and love.