Randy Schwantz’s 2005 book, How to Get Your Competition Fired, proposes a six-step plan to drive a wedge between your competition and your customer, which will lead to you receiving the opportunities on which your competition loses out. It’s a deliberate ploy to get ahead.
In his book Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers, Dane Ortlund shares Spurgeon’s observation, “In the four Gospel accounts given to us in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John—eighty-nine chapters of biblical text—there’s only one place where Jesus tells us about
So, how are you doing? Really? Lately, I’ve been struggling in the “good fight of faith” (2 Timothy 4:7–8). The lockdown, which initially was a rather novel experience, has morphed into a nuisance. A necessary nuisance, but a nuisance, nonetheless. In addition to the small
Many who are addressing the Christian’s response to our current crisis use the word “vulnerable.” To be vulnerable means to be exposed to the possibility of harm or to some kind of risk. The Bible has a lot to say about both vulnerability and the