Monthly Archives: July 1998

Across the Divide

How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! PSALM 133:1 In Scripture, the concept of brotherhood extends beyond blood relatives who have the same parents. As believers, we are all adopted sons and daughters of God. So in a spiritual sense, we are all “brothers” and […]

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Change Is Coming

Restore our fortunes, O LORD. . . . Those who sow in tears will reap with songs of joy. PSALM 126:4-5 Life is a series of crests and troughs. It has ebbs and flows, ups and downs. Seasons change. And as followers of Christ, we have to be adept at […]

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For Thought and Discussion

1. What makes it so difficult to achieve all three competencies—do good, stay viable, remain true to your mission? 2. Would you say that most companies find one of the three competencies naturally harder than the others? 3. How do you know if an organization is truly doing good? 4. […]

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The Generosity Economy

Generosity flows from givers to receivers, and then around again. Generosity is much more than just kind wishes toward those in need. It is purposeful action to improve human lives and the world. So generosity naturally assumes concrete forms to contain and direct the good intentions. That’s why I refer […]

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The Battle Inside

What causes fights and quarrels among you? Don’t they come from your desires that battle within you? JAMES 4:1 Conflict is a fact of life. It comes in all sizes, shapes, and degrees of intensity. It occurs between siblings, between spouses, between workers, between companies, and between nations. James connects […]

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