• Why Your Company Needs a Marketplace Chaplain 

    By: Jason Brown Businesses regularly apply preventative maintenance strategies and programs to their machines, vehicles and other capital equipment, but what about to their most valuable asset…their employees? Marketplace Chaplains, America’s largest and original workplace chaplaincy organization, has ...

  • Why Skill Matters to God

    By Dr. Michael Chung “With upright heart (David) shepherded them and guided them with his skillful hand.” (Psalm 78:72) There exists a tension within leadership philosophy between character and skill. George H.W. Bush, in his 1992 bid for re-election, tried to ...

  • Eliminate Gossip in Your Organization

    “Without wood a fire goes out; without a gossip a quarrel dies down.” -Proverbs 26:20 You’ve probably noticed that, when someone gets hurt or when conflict arises, people often tell other people about it. Unfortunately, the people they ...

  • Is Everyone Clear About Why Your Business Exists?

    As President/CEO of our family’s automotive retail business, I regularly get the privilege of welcoming all new employees into our company. As part of our orientation and new hire training process, I go over our company history (three generations!) ...

  • The Spiritual Potential of Your Business

    By Dave Kahle Almost every Christian business owner, salesperson and executive has a firm grasp on the idea of stewardship – that everything in this world including our businesses, belongs to God, and we are just temporary stewards ...

  • Resilience: A Hallmark of Christian Character

    By: Dr. Ernest Liang “In the day of prosperity be happy, but in the day of adversity consider — God has made the one as well as the other, so that man will not discover anything that will ...

  • The Art of Heaping Coal on Your Business Foes

    By Dr. Ernest P. Liang Whether we like it or not, in the course of our lives we run into people who we simply cannot get along with. In the context of business, this often proves to be ...

  • The Successful Manager and the Moral Core

    A business or any other type of enterprise may have a host of willing workers, but if there’s no one to lead, resources are going to be wasted and desired outcomes will be missed. The most successful manager is the one who leads rather than the manager who merely controls. We can say that management is the art of linking work, people and material resources to achieve measurable successful outcomes from tasks performed.