Mercy Said Yes!

Have you ever tried to do something and you remembered a Scripture? That was what happened to me last year. I wanted to give some food to a young white man that used to beg on the way to my work. By the grace of God, I had given him food for a number of time before, but on…

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Good money and bad money

In disruptive innovation, there is a theory that is called good money and bad money. The theory developed by Prof Clayton Christensen describes two scenarios that can influence how emergent ideas are nurtured during the nascent years. Bad money is money that wants me to become very big very fast because if I have to do that, then I…

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The Everlasting Teacher

It was William Arthur Ward that said “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” Profound. Prof Clayton Magleby Christensen who I got to know through Harvard Business School is not only a superior teacher but also a great one. Clayton didn’t go into academia early in his career. After receiving…

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Sleeping and Singing in the Storm

If you are a Bible student, you would have read the story of Jesus sleeping during a storm while His disciples were afraid and troubled, thinking they were going to die. Like the disciples, we too often encounter storms in our life, which may make us feel God can’t or won’t work. Perhaps, it is a doctor’s negative report,…

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