Monthly Archives: May 2012

Business Ethics or Collapse & Ruin

Ethics Ethics, Ethics, another company crashes in Victoria this week and puts more workers out of a job, both Christians and Non Christians are affected. The company entered into liquidation this week and up to 2000 people will be out … Continue reading

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Masters and servants in business

I once spoke to the owner of an under-performing business. His reaction was interesting – ‘you can’t get good staff.’ In effect, he was blaming staff for the poor state of play. While this may have been an issue, there … Continue reading

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Stewardship OR Do we own anything or does God own it all?

I have taught time management courses and yet many have never fully thought through the fact that everyone on earth has the same amount of time in every day. The President of USA, whomever it will be after the November … Continue reading

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Responding to world events

Look at all the ‘doom and gloom’ reflected in today’s headlines! It’s hard not to be impacted by what’s going on in our Godless nation and world. I personally reflect on issues such as these… …How on earth can nations … Continue reading

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Jesus & Money

Jesus carried no money. We can know that Jesus was not rich in monetary terms in this life as we see in Gods Word to mankind, “The Bible”; it tells us of situations and examples that prove that Jesus did … Continue reading

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Illusions of grandeur

The Southland of the Holy Spirit, it seems, has been gripped by a great illusion; indeed many illusions…political, economic and religious. Everywhere in our erstwhile great nation there is deception, fantasy and delusion…a form of mass psychology blinding us to … Continue reading

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God, Man, and Money

Money is a far more complicated reality — and more tightly related to matters of the spirit — than we usually recognize. Bartering is undoubtedly the most primitive form of human exchange, and there seems to be something wholesome about … Continue reading

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