Operating a successful home-based business is a time-consuming endeavor. This is doubly true as work-at-home moms in that we are responsible not only for the success of our business, but for our family as well. We must be self-reliant, self-motivated, and discipline ourselves in order to attain success in both areas. When running a business more »
By Paula Marolewski “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” – Edmund Burke If you really want to destroy your church quickly, here is the number one rule: zip your lips when you see something wrong. Got that? Don’t say anything. Don’t speak up. Don’t voice your more »
By Paula Marolewski One surefire way to destroy your church is to hang a placard around the neck of each person in leadership that says “Do Not Touch!” When you do so, the person becomes exempt from the tap of reproof, relieved from the hand of correction, unaccountable to any accountability. Congregations sometimes grant these more »
Many people equate Christianity with spirituality, but are they really one in the same?
In the Church that I go to, there is this young couple who, in the last year or two, made substantial investments on real estate among other things. They are relatively low-key and I heard that their day-jobs would not yield the amount they are investing. It must be profits from prior investments or maybe more »
The is an excellent write-up by Tim Challies on the risk to bloggers in general regarding possible litigation over what they write. This is an important issue for Christian bloggers as they represent Christ and what they write reflects on this. If your church has a blog and allows different people to post comment, then more »