Does a Christian Worldview Matter in Business?

February 14, 2017

In this era, we are living our lives in two concurrent dimensions, physical and spiritual. The spiritual dimension, began in the heart of God before He made the universe and continues forever. The other, the physical dimension, began with our physical birth and ends at our physical death.

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Are You Eternally Successful?

February 3, 2017

As a Christian business owner and leader, how do you define success? Is it just a bunch of numbers on the bottom line of a net worth statement? Is it a title, a reputation, or a degree? How about personal power or political influence?

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Operational Fitness Is Key To Organizational Wellness

January 31, 2017

Every year, thousands of people resolve to better maintain their personal fitness. This is the most common New Year’s resolution, but unfortunately, it’s also the most frequently broken. The temptation to fall back into our old habits after the newness of January wears off is strong. This truth not only applies to our personal fitness goals, but to our professional goals as well.

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Five Myths about Calling and the Marketplace

January 26, 2017

Have you ever answered the questions, “Who am I, why am I here, what is my purpose, and where am I going?” If so, you probably have a good idea of your calling and whether or not you are being obedient.

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Solve up to 60% of Organizational Problems by Improving One Skill

January 19, 2017

What if you could solve the majority of management pitfalls by improving one aspect of your organization? According to Peter Drucker, 60% of all management problems are the result of poor communication. Improved communication not only solves management problems, it helps build a business that ministers, serves, and disciples others.

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Tragedy to Triumph: A Story of Transformation

January 3, 2017

There are numerous ways to respond to tragedy. Some allow their sadness or confusion to turn to hopelessness. Others respond by recognizing their need for transformation and put their hope in Jesus Christ. After unexpectedly losing a faithful and beloved employee, the team at Capstone Landscape Management in Greenville, SC, chose the latter.

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7 Qualities of an Effective Christian Mentor

December 14, 2016

Whether you are looking to be mentored or have been asked to mentor, don’t confuse mentoring with
teaching. Mentoring flows from life experience combined with knowledge. It doesn't need to be academic to be effective. Teachers impart knowledge and may or may not edify in the process, but mentors impart life and will always edify.

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The Most Important Hour of the Day

November 30, 2016

Apart from Christ, we are all creatures of our fleshly desires and habits. Even though He promises that our salvation is secure, our commitment to living under the Lordship of Christ must happen one day at a time as we react to the many challenges and temptations which come our way as leaders and Christ-followers. Our ability to provide Godly leadership stems solely from our daily intimacy with Christ. Unless we abide in Him by routinely accessing His means of Grace (i.e., Bible, prayer, worship, fellowship, witnessing), it is easy for us to get off track and be compromised in our ability to be ambassadors and make disciples.

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Conflict Resolution...the Biblical Way

November 22, 2016

In a perfect world, we would never have conflict with our business associates. Unfortunately, we live inan imperfect, fallen world where selfishness and sin color all relationships. We operate our businesses within a world system that often plays by a very different set of rules than we are called to as Christians. We operate in a world whose system venerates the “management techniques of Attila the Hun,” and teaches “winning through intimidation.” The world values winning… our Leader values serving. No wonder there are clashes and conflicts!

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