Integrity in Business

by Rick Boxx for Integrity Resource Center My three-year-old daughter’s birthday party brought a surprise lesson on integrity. As Rebekah opened the big attractive box, with a beautiful red ribbon, you could see the excitement dance in her eyes as she viewed the new American Girl doll. This finely crafted piece of workmanship was definitely […]

Let’s Get to Work–Eight Proven Tips to Find Your Dream Job This Year

By Robert Dickie One third of Americans report that they will be job hunting this year. This goes much further than the more than 23 million Americans who are unemployed or underemployed, including discouraged job seekers who have given up the hunt, 12.5 million actively looking for work, and 8 million people with part-time jobs […]

The Founders’ fear of federal debt

By Chuck Bentley Washington Times (7-4-2013) George Washington would roll over in his grave—bumping into his fellow Founding Fathers—if he knew the scope of America’s public debt. Among the values shared by America’s first leaders was an absolute fear of debt, given the pain and misery that followed it. As America celebrates another birthday, their […]

Business tithing

Any business generally reflects the values of its principle owners or managers. It is the reflection of these values that determines whether a business is labeled Christian or non-Christian. If a business is to be used to serve God, it should have but one overriding purpose—to glorify Him. As such, there are five basic business […]

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