American Christianity has been using the parable of the minas to encourage business owners to maximize profits, and pay tithes on those profits. While earning my BBA in entrepreneurship from America’s largest Baptist university I certainly heard my share of… Read More ›
Following a series of tortures the first-born son of the most ancient royal family was murdered today amid on-lookers. Shockingly, the King’s son was illegally apprehended and wrongfully accused by militants of a de facto government occupying Israel’s capital city. … Read More ›
But Our Citizenship Is In Heaven?
The last post, I’m Not Going To Heaven, was a paradigm shift for many folks, and I received a few questions about it. Here’s one from Philippians 3:20 “…But our citizenship is in heaven.” Right? Doesn’t that mean we are going… Read More ›
I’m Not Going To Heaven
And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man which is in heaven. (John 3:13) The King James Version of the Bible has 776 occurrences of the word “heaven.”… Read More ›
How The Kingdom Comes
It has been said that true love is less a feeling and more a decision–less emotion—more deliberate action. Said another way, work is “love in motion.” God is love, …but does He make people love? Could joy be similar? What… Read More ›
Is God For Your Business?
Of course He is! Isn’t He? Dr. David L. Cooperrider is the Fairmount Minerals Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, and a leading thinker in the areas of positive organizational development. Dr. Cooperrider… Read More ›
What Is A Christian Business?
Am I selling goods or services to Christians? Am I a Christian selling goods and services? If you are marketing your brand to a group that has a Christian “otaku” (a Japanese word often used by marketing guru Seth Godin… Read More ›
Stop “Liking” Jesus
Slacktivism – The self-deluded idea that by liking, sharing, or retweeting something you are actually helping out. The act of participating in obviously pointless activities as an expedient alternative to actually expending effort to make a real difference. Stop acting like… Read More ›