If our money is ultimately God’s, how does He view us using it to invest in the stockmarket? As a wise use of resources? Or riskful gambling?
Day: February 23, 2021
With such eagerness, we all waved goodbye to 2020 and invited the ‘fresh start’ that 2021 promised… But as time passes, there’s an unspoken sense of uncertainty.
What happens in our decision-making in between those “book-end” prayers may or may not be glorifying to God.
We naturally think of persecution of our beliefs in the workplace as a bad thing, but Andrew Laird shares how applying pressure can actually strengthen our faith.
In a season of intense global uncertainty, unpredictable business conditions, a stable, predictable and trustworthy presence is of priceless value.
So, how do you live a life that is worthy of Christ’s call on our lives? Dr Eliezer Gonzalez shares the advice from the apostle Paul.
While there are many strategies available to business owners, keeping marketing simple is the best approach according to Peter Irvine, Co-founder of Gloria Jean’s in Australia.
Money can get us into trouble as much as it can get us out of trouble, but also has the capacity to control our lives.
In this day and age we are bombarded by choice, never before have we had so many choices about what we can do and what we can spend our money on.
David Ould says there are many churches who take the call to teach the Bible seriously, but there are also many who don’t.
Pastor Ken Legg thinks at some point we will all be let down or hurt by church leaders and those in authority. It could also be our local pastor or home group leader.
‘My conscience [enlightened and prompted] by the Holy Spirit bearing witness with me.’ Romans 9:1 AMPC Paul writes: ‘My conscience [enlightened and prompted] by the Holy Spirit bearing witness with me.’ Note that when the Holy Spirit speaks to your conscience, two things happen. First, He illuminates your heart with the truth. Second, He prompts you about ...Read More
Genesis 17–19 14 And when they came to the crowd, a man came up to him and, kneeling before him, 15 said, “Lord, have mercy on my son, for he has seizures and he suffers terribly. For often he falls into the fire, and often into the water. 16 And I brought him to your disciples, and they ...Read More