By Chris McNerney and Daniel Lee, originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work.

On his way home from London to New York, Mark Campisano sat next to a senior partner at McKinsey & Company, where he himself was a junior partner. Mark didn’t know the older gentleman very well so when their dinner arrived, Mark tried to bow his head and give thanks to God as inconspicuously as possible. Knowing that many of his colleagues held unfavorable opinions of Christians and their faith, Mark didn’t want to trigger any negative stereotypes or pray “so as to be seen by others” (Matthew 6:5).

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