I think this can be really hard to tangibly grasp and live out. There is a fine line of working for the Lord in everything you do and respecting the authority of those around you. Meaning, you may not always be happy with decisions your company is making, but we also must respect our leaders decisions.
Servants, be subject to your masters with all respect, not only to the good and gentle but also to the unjust. – 1 Peter 2:18
We also must live a life of honesty and integrity to fully show what our relationship with Christ means to us. Going back to number one, respecting your leaders does not mean doing so at the expense of your integrity. This is also where it can get hard at work, but pray for God’s guidance when faced with trials that test you at work.
Be graceful and loving when interacting with co-workers.
Have an attitude of gratitude and thankfulness. By having a good attitude, it will help you to focus on positive things and be a light to those around you.
Displaying patience is a good way to show how Christ displays patience with us. By being “like” Christ, we are letting our co-workers see a little piece of Him.
Our workplace is our greatest mission field beyond our kids (if you have them), because lets face it, we spend a ton of time at work. Therefore, I think its important that we share the gospel with our co-workers and display our love of Christ.