Monthly Archives: October 1995

About the Author

Steve Graves is an organizational strategist, pragmatic theologian, and social capitalist. As principal at Coaching by Cornerstone (, he advises high-profile CEOS, business owners, and young entrepreneurs. He sits on a half dozen boards, holds degrees in multiple subjects, writes often, speaks occasionally, and has co-owned over a dozen businesses. […]

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The Final Analysis

I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand upon the earth. JOB 19:25 The discussion was well underway. Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar had all stated their case, some more than once. Job had tried no fewer than four times to get them to see […]

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The Working Relationship

The LORD is my shepherd. PSALM 23:1 Take a moment and read this verse five times, each time emphasizing a different word. In those five words, we learn that there is one all-powerful God Who is committed to a present-tense, personal relationship with each of us in which He embraces […]

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The Power of One helps others simply because it is the good, the right, and the true thing to do, without any thought of reciprocation.

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Multiple Bottom Line

A single numerical figure at the bottom of the balance sheet, regardless of its size, can no longer measure success. Our whole world is quickly migrating toward an expectation that all efforts return something beyond a single bottom line. For some time, people have talked about the double bottom line—aiming […]

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Hidden Camera and Concealed Microphone

Does he who implanted the ear not hear? Does he who formed the eye not see? PSALM 94:9 Many portions of our lives don’t come under scrutiny from other people because they’re hidden. Some, such as questionable activities we might participate in while away on business, are hidden because we […]

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