Work and let work

Enjoy your work and let others enjoy their work too. Pramod Chandrasekhar says we need to look out for others in the workplace, give them a hand up and also be fair in all our dealings.
Happy Labour Day!

Vision 2024

As the new year unfolds, let us strive to give without acknowledgement, serve without ego and seek to be first by being last. Nathan Andrews suggests our quest for 2024 can very well be anonymity, if you please.

Happy Independence Day!

Col.Jason Peter makes an earnest plea on August 15 for us all to be freedom fighters and agents of light and love in this enslaved world

Happy Fathers’ Day!

George Mattackal shares a powerful testimony with Jacob Cheriyan about the awesome grace of God he experienced in bringing up his nine children alone in the last ten years. He says it’s easy to talk of the sovereignty of God, but it’s a different story when it plays out in your own life.

George Mattackal is President of CGI’s Asia Pacific Global Delivery Centers of Excellence, where he oversees global delivery capabilities across Asia Pacific.

Happy Labour Day!

Dr Sunil Chandy gives a clarion call to us on 1st of May to be empathetic, compassionate and fair in all our dealings with those who toil hard to make our lives easy and complete.

The Third Space

By looking for their identity in their sexuality, the Trans are actually seeking the Imago Dei lost. So we need to create a place where they find their Creator and feel at home in His presence, suggests Nathan Andrews

Passing the Baton | Force Majeure

Succession planning is no new age concept. But we need to be intentional in the matter, like St.Paul, who mentored and groomed Timothy, Silas, Titus and Onesimus, says Nathan Andrews in his book Force Majeure.

The author, a management consultant, has shared organisational lessons gleaned from the Book of Acts, and they spell sure-fire success for you, be it in your company, church, or even in informal support groups.

Stay Connected | Force Majeure

Nathan Andrews in his recently published book, Force Majeure, suggests we learn the art of staying in touch from St.Paul who wrote letters by the number from the confines of the prison.

And yet the letters were replete with genuine concern, personal element, a fine balance of empathy and encouragement, benediction and full of courtesy. In fact, Paul laboured over his epistles, at times weeping, yes, they were notes from his heart.

Speaking Truth to Power | Force Majeure

Nathan called the bluff of King David; fearless Daniel was not overawed by King Nebuchadnezzar into silence; Paul took on the mighty Festus. We can take a leaf out of their books to speak truth to power with empathy, humility, clarity and courage, says Nathan Andrews in his recent book, Force Majeure.

Lystra & Derbe

Given the present celeb culture, it’s hard for even the best among us to resist basking in the limelight of either the media or social media! Nathan Andrews cites Paul and Barnabas’ quick disclaimer at Lystra and urges us not to fall prey to clickbait! It’s vital that we separate the chaff from the truth.