Nathan Andrews

Interim CEO & Managing Consultant, Life Focus Society

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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.
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The tennis world no.1 got us taking up stances on the covid protocol. Read Nathan Andrews’ article to help think through it.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Taking a cue from the way the 11 disciples of Jesus chose Matthias over Nicodemus or Joseph of Arimathea, Nathan Andrews suggests the right attitude of candidate wins over job requirement when it comes to hiring. For, after all, skills can be learnt on the job, he says.
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Taking a cue from the way the 11 disciples of Jesus chose Matthias over Nicodemus or Joseph of Arimathea, Nathan Andrews suggests the right attitude of candidate wins over job requirement when it comes to hiring. For, after all, skills can be learnt on the job, he says.
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What is the purpose of work? Does morality in the workplace matter? Is work cursed? How can we navigate through the conflicting theories and discern truth from falsehood? Is it truly possible to find meaning in our work?
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Training
Intentional engagement of this sort, we believe, enables the believer to confidently interact with the world that they are in. To meet the ever-changing challenges of our times, our training programmes are flexible and intentionally designed to meet the needs of the Church.
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Academia​
Addressing diverse themes from life skills such as, Wired to Win, Facing Rejection in Life, The Pursuit of Pleasure, Taking Stress in your Stride, all the way to philosophical and scientific themes such as Artificial Intelligence, Are there Rules to Live by?, The God hypothesis and the like.
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GEM
God and the Eastern Mind (GEM) is an initiative of Life Focus Society to explore the impact of eastern philosophies on culture and religion. The GEM project hopes to engage the Church with these complex and nuanced ideas, and equip it to make sense of its multi-faceted implications on us today.
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Church​
We believe Church the Centrepiece of God’s plan instituted by Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit to carry out His work among the people of all generations. One of the mandates of the Church is to preach and defend the infallible Word of God with boldness and conviction.
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Culture Unraveled​
God and the Eastern Mind (GEM) is an initiative of Life Focus Society to explore the impact of eastern philosophies on culture and religion. The GEM project hopes to engage the Church with these complex and nuanced ideas, and equip it to make sense of its multi-faceted implications on us today.
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