Posts Tagged ‘business’

Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks

Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks
Most people I know, across virtually every political, philosophical and economic spectrum, consider faith and business distinct, if not polar opposites. After all, we work on week days and worship (if we do) on Sundays. The schedule most of us live on demonstrates perfectly this divide. But could we...
September 25th, 2013 | Books | Read More

Does Business Matter to God?

Does Business Matter to God?
For most Christians, there is a clear disconnect between their faith and business. Their Christian beliefs and practices are channeled primarily within the family with the purpose of creating moral individuals and healthy relationships. When the Christian faith is applied to business, it often results...
May 4th, 2012 | Books | Read More

Helping Others is Not as Easy as Donated Pie

Helping Others is Not as Easy as Donated Pie
Halfway through the four months I spent in Africa a couple years ago, I read a statement that now feels like a line in the sand. It went something like this: No entrepreneur can compete against donated goods. The passage went on to describe the plight of a tailor in an economically depressed town somewhere...
January 25th, 2011 | Featured, Social Justice | Read More

Turnovers: A Year in Sports Hubris

Turnovers: A Year in Sports Hubris
I grew up in an era of great sports athletes. Bo Jackson. Magic Johnson. Wayne Gretzky. These were my childhood idols. As young boy living in Los Angeles, I was given the privilege of viewing some of the most dynamic athleticism in sports history. More importantly I maintained a naivety during these...
October 15th, 2010 | Featured, Sports | Read More