Photo by Green Chameleon on Unsplash I teach and discuss the Christian worldview through articles and posts, and I remain in awe of the power of the written word. Therefore, many within the Christian world, both in the past and today, have worked to communicate truth in words via the printed page or on the … Continue reading Five Common Problems in Christian Writing
Photo by Joyce Busola on Unsplash Since the latter decades of the twentieth century, customer service has become crucial among businesses worldwide. Companies increasingly understand that it is not enough to provide an excellent product. Getting the product across to customers, and the interaction with these customers both during and after the sale, are equally, … Continue reading How my Faith helps me serve Customers
Photo by Arlington Research on Unsplash Someone recently reached out to me on LinkedIn for advice on taking up a role as a call centre supervisor. Here are a few points I could offer from my limited but growing experience. I hope many others find it helpful. 1. Begin with a clear vision What do … Continue reading Leading a Call Centre
Books unfold to you wisdom and insights beyond what your mind can conceive.
Books suck you into a strange, new world, and leave you the better for it.
Books teach you things you do not know.
Books take you deeper into what you already know.
Books, good books, will change your life.
The 2009 movie, Up in the Air, can be seen, especially through its lead character, Ryan Bingham (played by George Clooney), as a depiction of the modern individual.
Photo by Casey Horner on Unsplash If you received a measure of Christian education while growing up, you certainly would have learnt about the unique view of God held by Christians. You would have understood that this is a foundational doctrine which you can't deny and remain a Christian. But like many others (including me), you may not … Continue reading Why the Trinity Matters
The gospel is breaking news. It is a message of an unfolding reality that grips us by the collar of our hearts and demands we pay attention. It compels our attention because its content affects our destiny; its theme goes right to the foundation of our existence and asks us to decide for life or for death.
Some days ago, I had a discussion with Charles Ifedi, a Nigerian technology entrepreneur, on how my organization has managed customer expectations and maintained positive experience during the coronavirus pandemic. Aside from relating how our 28-person call centre has coped at this time, both by working remotely as well as within the office premises, we also … Continue reading Focus on Value
Total depravity is the sad but biblical idea that every person is morally corrupt and spiritually dead (Psalm 51:5; Ephesians 2:1-3). But rather than being a sour belief which hampers faith, it is a scriptural teaching which drives us to cling to the sovereign grace of God. It is an evangelical doctrine which ignites hope … Continue reading What Total Depravity implies