Is it based on helping others? Or is it about some teaching on financial prosperity that will help you get rich quick?
When it comes to creating an authentic kingdom culture in the workplace, it begins with transformation within yourself.
The reason we do not have to fear how the economy shifts is because God has a different economy operating within His kingdom.
I also began to see each individual as not just an employee but as a creation of Christ.
Almost every rich person I've ever known did not set out in business just to get rich.
Those who are financially rich will usually lose it quicker than those who are wealthy.
Speak up with kind and respectful integrity, and you will have more influence with others.
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God's abundant riches for your life are not promised to be paid out in money.
Build kingdom culture in your workplace by following the apostle Paul's wisdom to the church at Colossae.
We limit the blessings of God in our lives when our financial decisions are not aligned with the instructions given to us in God's Word.
God left us a book of instructions on how to handle our financial issues.
The book of Proverbs offers excellent advice on borrowing, cosigning a loan and lending money.
As we look to the word of God, we see powerful life-changing advice from Jesus.
There are four biblical streams of income that can open up God's people to His abundant financial provision.
"Our people care because we care for them first," Jay Mincks explains.
Hint: The book of Proverbs isn't silent about this subject.
The answer may surprise you.
Learn from his wisdom how to cultivate the winning combination of leadership.
It is happening and has happened. Here and now.