Charles Washoma has always been passionate about building a just and fair society. He shares his experiences of integrating biblical principles into his work in the insurance sector - and how that has impacted his career journey.
With conviction and insight, Maurice Radebe unpacks Genesis 1 to clarify the Kingdom mandate of business. He calls on men and women to live out their marketplace calling for the sake of the redemption of the African continent.
Much is said about corruption and the failure of accountability in Africa – which is appropriate, but also convenient. In this thought-provoking article, Sibs explores the intersection of traditional African culture with modern interpretations of 'accountability'.
While the false mandate of maximizing shareholder value has given some owners fabulous returns, it has also destroyed communities, decimated the natural environment, and eroded the moral fabric of society. Brett argues that God has a world-blessing mandate for his marketplace ministers - rooted in the Hebrew concept of 'the household'.
Neil asserts that marketplace believers can be powerful agents of change and influence. Whether you are an astronomer, engineer or artist, a teacher, nurse or manager - you have been called to 'do the work of ministry'.
Dorothy was one of the first women to graduate from Oxford and, arguably, one of the most influential Christian thinkers of the 20th century. An ardent defender of the church, she also pointed out its shortcomings regarding equipping Christians to live out their faith at work. This perceptive, articulate article is essential reading on the topic of living out your marketplace calling.
In this perceptive article, Patrick explains why only leaders who themselves have been transformed in their identities to become sons and daughters of God, can lead the positive transformation of the African continent.
God’s kingdom is not just about preaching the gospel, and it isn’t just about feeding the poor. Neil argues that we are here to do both - to co-labour with the Creator of all things in the redemption of all things.