There is a definition of the term invest that refers to giving something into an endeavour with the expectation of having a return higher than what was originally given. There is also another meaning of the term invest where someone is given a quality of some sort. That leaves an intriguing thought to consider about […]Read More Invest in the Business
The work stopped. That’s how it seemed. No one visited. They could not visit anyone. Shut-in. Locked out. It looked as though they would not be able to do what they loved to do because that required engaging with others. The frustration and sadness was evident. Then they received the call. A lone voice on […]Read More The Work Continues
We are here for a reason. We are made by God for the purpose of good works. There is plenty of good works to be getting on with in being a blessing to our homes, our workplaces, our neighbourhoods, our communities. No we can’t do everything and there’s no pressure on us to get everything […]Read More March for the Mission
Please yourself. If there were two words that often appear to be the running current in certain societies, those two words would summarise it neatly. Safely ensconced in a variety of concepts and philosophies, whether it’s the parents giving the impression that promoting the self is the essential goal of life or if it’s various […]Read More If It Pleases The King
There is this thing that you do. You enjoy it. There is another thing that you do. You enjoy that too. What do you do? Can you do both of them? Sounds like a silly question, but it’s worth taking a step back and acknowledge that in some way you connect with what you enjoy […]Read More Connect and Complement
It’s quite something to recognise the size of the issue of sin. Recognising the loving heavenly Father and knowing we are made in His image and then seeing how we rebel against that with the dire consequences that we see now as well as what it is to come. Seeing that rebellion in the small […]Read More Whose Terms and Conditions?
He had served his master for many years. Their relationship was distinct in the sense that the master treated him like a son. He was looked after very well and never mistreated. Indeed where others around him used to be considered sub-human, his master highly esteemed his welfare and that of his family. The master […]Read More A Tale of a Devoted Servant