• Christian Business

    Marketplace Ministry

    Before Jesus called each of his disciples to join Him in full-time ministry, they all had professions they were active in. Peter, Andrew, James and John were fishermen. Matthew was a tax collector. Luke was a doctor. And though not all of them have their occupations referenced in Scripture, we can presume that they were certainly engaged in some activity to sustain their livelihood.   The first disciples called were Peter and Andrew, followed by James and John. Jesus was walking by the Sea of Galilee. He saw two brothers. They were Simon (his other name was Peter) and Andrew, his brother. They were putting a net into the sea…

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    2018.

    This marks the last post of the year as we’ll be on sabbatical from December until early next year. Hearty thanks to everyone who showed up, spent time here and gave us their sentiments online or in person. I believe the only way to change the world is one person at a time. You’re our one person. 🙂 As I wind down 2018, these are some of the thoughts I’m carrying with me: You don’t have to have a big title to wield powerful influence. My greatest joys and deepest disappointments in the marketplace have come from people who either chose to value their positions and serve well or absconded…

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    Not All Heroes Wear Capes

    There are people who serve in the shadows. People who don’t have any fancy titles or accolades but continue to do their work faithfully. People who allow God to entrust them with destinies that seem far greater than their own and pour their all into them. People who allow others to stand on their shoulders and be in the spotlight even if it means they never get any recognition for it. They’re heroes in my view. Unassuming and often overlooked, but heroes nonetheless. This is probably why I find it interesting that when most people talk about their dreams and desires in life, there’s an element of recognition attached to…