How does a Christian live out his faith on a '24/7' basis? How do Christians glorify God through their lives, pointing others to Christ? This requires a Christian world view that governs the economy and the Christian's behaviour at work. How do Christian managers fulfil their responsibilities? Do they accept current secular views taught at the business schools? How are public companies to be run? What about pension? How do Christians deal with stress and problems in their jobs? What is a Christian's attitude to wealth? These are all essential elements of a Christian world view for our jobs.
About the Author:
Dr John Temple spent his secular career as an entrepreneur and businessman, mostly at Chief Executive level. He has held virtually every office in a church, from youth leader to deacon and elder, church secretary and treasurer. Throughout this service, he sought to teach and apply sound theology to the policy of the church in financial and administrative matters. He helped plant four churches and several transitions to a more biblical organization. He holds a Ph.D.(Lond), a B.Sc. (Eng.) (Rand) and an AEP (MBA equivalent). John and his wife, Yvonne, live in the New Forest in Hampshire, England.