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What’s Your Company’ Culture?



But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. Matthew 6:33

Hey there Kingdom-Building business owner or leader, today’s message is a simple reminder for you to be intentional about incorporating your desire to honor God through the works of your business into the culture of your business.

Culture = Shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an organization.

You create culture through activated intention. Let’s take a look what you are activating.

–> How do you start your day?

–> How do you encourage your staff to start their workdays?

–> How do you end your day?

–> How does your staff end their workdays?

Here’s an important fact to keep in mind – your daily actions in business are building your company culture by design or default.

As a Christ-centered business owner, it’s important to be intentional about activating Christ-centered principles and values into your day and also your staff’s workday.

Here are a few ideas to get you thinking about practical ways to activate principles and values into your business by design …

1) Create a message with a positive affirmation based on scripture that shows up whenever someone logs into your company’s computer system.

2) Send an email at the beginning of every week or month with a statement about your corporate mission, purpose and a positive affirmation to encourage your staff. Use an autoresponder to automate this tip. Let us know if you need help.

3) Host a weekly or monthly prayer call for members of your staff.

4) Encourage the use of a tool like our SMART Goal Daily Planner that supports writing down and reflecting on the Word of God every day. Check it out at

5) Enroll yourself and/or your team in Christ-centered personal development programs like our FaithFocusFlow™ Leaders Collective. Click here to learn more.

6) Encourage your team to end their day or week by submitting one positive, influential or otherwise affirming thing they encountered in their work by sending a message to a particular email address you’ve created for just this purpose.

7) Support building a Christ-centered culture in your business by always treating your staff, vendors, suppliers, contractors, clients, and customers with respect. Doing this even when having to take disciplinary or punitive actions is how you build a company that glorifies God, supports people and builds sustainable wealth.

Your business will thrive and prosper when you are intentional about activating Christ-centered values, especially in times of pressure or stress.

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I’d love to see how you integrate these tips into your business and your workday. I’d also like to know what other things you’re doing to incorporate the Spirit of Christ into your business.

Leave a comment to let us know!

Grace & Peace ~

Coach TC

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