Category: Inspiration

Reading Plan – Financial Discipleship in Business – Part Two

Discipleship in business means learning how to apply Biblical principles to everyday decisions. Financial discipleship is important because Jesus said, “You cannot serve both God and Money.” (Matthew 6:24) Money is a major competitor for our devotion. Financial discipleship is learning to serve God and use business finances for His purposes. This reading plan will help you discern God’s ways in handling money in your business.

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Monuments or memories?

Monuments were a critical part of the historic city I grew up in. Directions in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. were often given to correlate with well-known monuments.

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Business and the reliability of the Bible

Historians gauge the validity of a manuscript based on the number of manuscripts and the time span between the originals and earliest manuscripts. The Bible has stronger support than any other classical writings, including those of Greek writers and thinkers.

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Planning to start the new year well

“Out with the old, and in with the new.” What will make it better for us than the last? Certain things are beyond our control – like pandemics, economic turmoil, wars, storms, and other natural disasters. But there are many things we can control, or at least positively affect our careers and lives in general. The decisions and choices we make during the coming year will go far in shaping how things turn out.

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The search for the meaning of Christmas

“What is the true meaning of Christmas?” Amazingly, we hear celebrities and pundits offering their opinions, as if there were many answers to the question. They suggest answers such as “family,” “generosity,” “love and kindness toward one another,” “childlike wonder” and many others.

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The salesperson’s dilemma

When the pressure to produce rises, salespeople begin hearing their bosses instruct them, “If you get someone on the phone, tell them whatever you have to in order to close the sale.” In essence, these salespeople are commanded to lie to gain customers.

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