I grew up in a Christian family. Since I was a child, my parents taught me about God and the Bible. I loved the Bible stories so much that I asked God for wisdom like King Solomon so I could read the Bible myself. God has answered and I learned
Over the past 10 years, I have worked in high-tech companies, where people are mostly secular or atheists. They believe that * As society becomes more technologically advanced, it becomes less religious. * As economies developed and people got more educated, religion would thin out and the idea of God, truth, and
Jesus Christ is the most successful faith-driven entrepreneur. Let me explain this statement as simply as possible. There are 3 main variables describing any entrepreneur: 1. Customer segment - who you target 2. Problem - what problem do you solve for them? 3. Solution - what you suggest as a
Former professor at 5 universities; author; consultant with IBM and other Fortune 100 companies; Bible teacher at many Bible Colleges.
According to the Bible false teachers are those who think that godliness is a means to financial gain (Timothy 6:4,5). The Bible says that those who teach will be judged more strictly (James 3:1). It doesn't say we should judge them more strictly, it says they will
Even though it is a subject of debate, most Christian scholars agree that America's founding fathers envisioned the creation of one nation under God. From time immemorial, America has identified as a Christian nation. Sadly, this doesn’t seem to be the case anymore – at least not according to the
9 out of 10 Christians fail to develop a biblical worldview. 9 out of 10 startups fail to build profitable businesses. What do they have in common? Let's explore together!
Over the past 10 years, I launched over 10 startups. I didn't fail any of them. I just left them without success. Now I know what I should do in the next 10 years.
You do not need to look very far to see how pervasive technology is. Just a couple of decades ago, the idea of a mobile phone would seem ludacris. Today, the cellphone has a global penetration rate of 67% and almost everyone in the developed world owns one. And that
If you asked any Christian, they would agree that it’s important to read the Bible. Sadly, very few Christians actually read their Bibles. A recent survey reveals that the number of adults reading the Bible is declining. According to the survey that was conducted in January 2023, 100 million
Let's agree that regardless of denomination, our lives entirely depend on how well we know, understand, and put into practice the word of God. BibleLines is all about understanding God's Written Word: the Holy Bible. There are approximately 2.6 billion Christians on the globe spread out over 45,000