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Avoiding ethical lapses

Avoiding ethical lapses

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Faith & Inspiration | Peter was waiting, sitting in the easy chair across from my desk. His look told me this wasn’t a social call. He wasted no time getting to the point.

Discordant instruments

Discordant instruments

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Business | She was young, modestly dressed, attractive, innocent looking, and projected an aura of purity. Then she spoke. It wasn’t her tone, nor her pitch, or even…

Working heartily for the Lord

Working heartily for the Lord

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Business | “I want to meet with all our Christian associates once each quarter,” Michael, the company’s CEO, said to his senior staff. “I’ve made a commitment…

What will you risk for your faith?

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Business | A group of believers sitting around a table pondered the question: What would happen if you openly admitted you were a Christian at work? “I can’t…

Is your boss really a jerk?

Is your boss really a jerk?

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Business | In my continuing examination of how we as Christians should handle authority in the workplace, I give you a second conversation between a disgruntled employee…

What if I have a jerk for a boss?

What if I have a jerk for a boss?

By Bill Newton
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Business | Earlier this fall I wrote about how “Christ is our ultimate employer.” As promised, I’m continuing to examine how we as Christians are to handle…

Ethics without a plumb line

Ethics without a plumb line

By Bill Newton
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Higher Education | “We’re creating a mandatory ethics curriculum for every student,” the college president stated to a group of anxious alumni. The implication was that he…

Christ is our ultimate employer

Christ is our ultimate employer

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Business | “I’m fed up,” John told me. “I’m tired, frustrated—ready to quit. I’m the only Christian here and the pressure of trying to be a ‘good’ guy…

Leadership principles from 1 Samuel

Leadership principles from 1 Samuel

By Bill Newton
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Business | Leaders come in all shapes, sizes, and personality types. Nothing brings this into sharper focus than reading the Bible. I’m in a group of men studying 1…

Christ can make a difference in the workplace

Christ can make a difference in the workplace

By Bill Newton
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Business | Rick, a committed Christian and the company’s purchasing manager, was called into Tom’s office for a chat. “Rick, you do great work in purchasing, and…

Lessons from three men in a tub of debt

Lessons from three men in a tub of debt

By Bill Newton
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Business | I know of three Christian businessmen who began their careers using heavy leverage—meaning they borrowed a lot of money. Each learned the biblical warnings…

Doing is much harder than describing

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Business | “I’ll give you five cents for the person who can identify the problem—that’s the easy part. I’ll give 95 cents for the person who can fix it,” H.

 
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