For some, corrupt business is overcharging, or when businesses take advantage of people. For some, it’s exorbitant shareholder profits, or irresponsible ecological, political, or social endeavors. All of these things are true.
In today’s podcast we will look deeper at what is behind corruption in business and learn that it isn’t something that affects “those people.” Join me now as we see beyond corruption and learn that the rails of business upon which corruption often travels are the very same rails that will bring about a New World.
“Do you think it’s a bad thing that the rich get richer while the poor get poorer?
What if I were to suggest that income discrepancy is NOT economic nor social injustice, but God’s very design for the world? In today’s broadcast we will examine the difference between people whose economic condition is empowered by abundance versus those fueled by scarcity?
Join me know as we visit two extremely severe parables about the economics of God’s Kingdom, (which in the midst of us all). We’ll learn why fairness is not equal opportunity, and why that means the there is so little tolerance for the unproductive.
“If the Song of Solomon was the only sacred text, what would religion look like?
Love is not just a sentiment tossed around on Valentine cards. It’s not just the start of a relationship. Love is the greatest power in the universe and its gravitational pull is always towards the unity of all things.
In today’s episode I show how this amazing love poem is a microcosm, can help us see a much bigger work in the macrocosm. Join me now as we see beyond human love and sexuality into an amazing illustration of the love of God.
“Does talking about sexuality make you uncomfortable?”
Human sexuality has tremendous power. So often we see this power in its corrupted form and it causes countless problems in our world. In today’s podcast we will explore the two biggest contaminators of our sexuality (fundamentalism and secularism) and compare them to some very explicit sexual poetry.
Join me now as we see beyond our sexuality and capture a glimpse of a gift that is largely left unopened.
Over half of the US is unhappy at work. Most people conclude that this is because half the jobs are not fun, are boring, or offer poor pay. In today’s podcast I reveal that the thing that makes us enjoy our work has little to do with the job we do or the amount of pay.
Success and achievement are not the same thing, and neither of them can make us happy. Join me now as I show how success is the by-product of being happy not the antecedent. Join me now as I reveal how enjoying our toil is an “inside-job” that is not a skill to practice, but a gift to be received.