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The standards of success, defined by the corporate world often force us to choose between integrity or profitability. How far will we go to please the world, even if it means denying our faith in the process? When we define...
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The standards of success, defined by the corporate world often force us to choose between integrity or profitability. How far will we go to please the world, even if it means denying our faith in the process? When we define our importance based on how much money we make and the titles on our business cards, we risk going against the standards of success that God expects us to live by. We will have to choose between living for creation or living for our Creator. The choice we make will determine our true faith and fellowship with Jesus Christ.
*Gain valuable insight on how to apply the Christian faith and biblical principles to the corporate world, resulting in a more successful and prosperous business environment. *Discover that your significance goes beyond the walls of an office, a title on a business card and the amount of money in one�s bank account. *Acknowledge God�s presence in every aspect of life both at home and at work and accept that he has placed you where you are for his purpose. *Choose between the world�s standards for success or doing what is right in God�s eyes. *Discover how the qualities that the world may see as areas of weakness may be the very things that God sees as moments to reveal his strength and purpose.
Jennifer Johnson graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University in 1993. As the wife of a pastor, she has served in various roles in the local church including teaching college students and weekly Bible studies for ladies. Jennifer serves as a mentor to several college and teen girls. She also serves as a council member of the Ladies Ministry of her local church where she oversees the Bible study ministries and mentoring ministries. Jennifer has also served as a speaker at various retreats and conferences for teens and college students. Jennifer lives in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, with her husband, R