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“Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast” – Part 1

By Richard Chin (AFES) MINISTRY, LEADERSHIP & TRAINING Management guru “Peter Drucker” famously observes that the culture of an organisation—that is, the beliefs or values held by the majority in that organisation—will thwart any attempt to implement a strategy if it is not compatible with it. Its what employees believe and how they behave that really determines the future of an organisation—not the strategies of management.…

Walking on Broken Glass

             In the month of Nov 2018, Chile became the newest province in the Anglican Communion, with national and international guests gathering in the capital, Santiago, for the celebrations presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury.  Among the attendees was the General Secretary of the Anglican Consultative Council, Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon, who presented a gift which he claimed symbolized the Anglican Communion.…

Why Christians Should Not Be Optimists – Part 2

By Akos Balough 2) Christians Are Called to Have ‘Hope’ Eternal hope, as opposed to worldly hope. McKay and many others are right to look at this world, and realistically examine what’s wrong with it. But the Bible doesn’t just leave us with a picture of reality.  It also promises that things will turn out for the best – just not in this…

Matthew 19:1-20:34 – Why Will The First Be Last?

When your understanding is challenged Firstly, the authority of Jesus clearly on display. Secondly, … their understand of godly living completely upside down. Who is it who gets Godly living right? Jesus or the experts in the law? Divorce Deut 24:1 “martial unfaithfulness” or “for any and every reason”. Jesus’ reply … … God’s original intention … how sinfulness had impacted marriage.…

Why Christians Should Not Be Optimists – Part 1

By Akos Balough (from Gospel Coalition website) I’ve noticed people aren’t as optimistic about the future these days. In our post 9-11, post-GFC, post-Trump era, people are increasingly anxious. Optimism no longer abounds – at least not like it used to. Australian social researcher Hugh McKay has recently written about this in his book Australia Reimagined: Towards a More Compassionate, Less Anxious Australia. He details the challenges facing…

A Real ‘Yes’ Could Change Your Life

 Glenn Hohnberg (The Gospel Coalition website)              A real ‘yes’ could change your life. Jesus said, ‘But let your word ‘yes’ be ‘yes,’ and your ‘no’ be ‘no.’ Anything more than this is from the evil one.’ (Matthew 5:37) In the last year, I’ve been thinking how letting our yes be yes and our no be no could transform our lives.              Jesus…