Character in the Marketplace

Shortly after I launched the Biblical Principles podcast, I gathered some feedback from family and friends. While the feedback was positive, some asked for clarification as to the focus of the podcast. One of the things I emphasized was that the podcast was not one on how to build a business. Rather, the podcast focuses …

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Meaningful Dialogue, Part 5 – Relationship!

Meaningful dialogue begins with establishing relationships with others in the marketplace. When you establish relationships, this gives you the “right”, so to speak, to ask the important questions. After all, as the old saying goes, “People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.” If someone knows that you care, …

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Meaningful Dialogue Part 4 – The Solution

Meaningful dialogue begins by asking meaningful questions. We’ve been looking at four questions that we as Marketplace Missionaries can ask in order to have meaningful dialogue: Where did we come from? Why is the world such a mess? Is there a solution? What do we do about it? In the previous blog/podcast, we asked and …

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Meaningful Dialogue, Part 3

We are discussing how we as marketplace ministers can have meaningful dialogue with others. We know that in most cases, we will have to initiate the dialogue; we will have to ask the important questions in order to start impacting others, bringing them to a Christian worldview. In doing so, we must first build a …

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Meaningful Dialogue, Part 2

As a marketplace missionary, you are probably more than willing to answer questions concerning your faith. You may even have a strong defense of the faith, a solid defense for the “hope that is within you.” However, my guess is that not many people are approaching you and asking you about your faith. They aren’t …

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Meaningful Dialogue, Part 1

Earlier I wrote about the need to engage in meaningful dialogue with others in the marketplace. We reason with others through meaningful dialogue so that we may bring people closer to the truth. I also talked about how important it is to both “walk the walk” and “talk the talk.” Changing and Reinforcing The Biblical …

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