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It’s Time to Get Deeply Rooted

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Get deeply rooted in your center.

But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in him. They will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruit. Jeremiah 17:7-8

As a Believer on a mission to transform the world for the good of humankind and the glorification of Christ, it is essential to be firmly rooted in what centers you.

  • Trust God and be confident that when you first seek the righteousness of Christ in all you do at Work, all things are working for your good, no matter how easy or challenging the season in which you find yourself.
  • Get rooted in this type of trust and confidence, for it will center you in both times of struggle and overflow.

As a founder, owner, or leader in business, being rooted in your center requires a clear connection to both your corporate responsibilities and kingdom-building mandate.

Corporate responsibility requires you, your team, and all decisions + actions in business to align with your organization’s core values and guiding principles. If your organization does not have stated core values and guiding principles, develop them ASAP. Get help if you need it. Just let us know.

Kingdom-building responsibilities requires you to root yourself, your team, and all business decisions and action in biblical-principles for how to lead and how to treat all people who encounter your Work. James 1:9 and Micah 6:8 provide excellent starting points for study and implementation.

  • Leadership that prioritizes listening first, speaking with intention, and reacting based on a disciplined response to facts (not emotion) builds a corporate culture that inspires loyalty and supports a commitment to excellence. Read James 1:9.
  • Procedures and processes rooted in justice, mercy, and a humble position before those who serve it (e.g., staff, clients, customers, investors, stakeholders) build the environment for sustainable success both today and in the years to come. Read Micah 6:8.

Activate Your Biblically-Sound, Business Thinking

Now that you’re clear about ways to root your corporate and kingdom-building responsibilities into your center, it’s time to act. Let us know if you need help.


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