The Business Case for God-Centered Growth and Development
#1 No matter how good your church or spiritual teachings, if there is no application, nothing will change. Real change and transformation is a process of strategic planning and relapse prevention. People of faith need practical application of spiritual principles for work, life and love too.
#2 Faith, gratitude and joy are the pillars of success, according to studies at Regent University. Burnout and bitterness come to kill, steal and destroy. Many programs ask participants to leave faith out, yet it’s the substance of what’s most relied on to sustain when times are tough.
#3 So many people have a purpose to contribute to the world, but remain stuck in the wilderness. Fertile ground for healing and aligning goals to a higher purpose is how we: come together; find common ground; use our gifts and talents for common good.