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Pastor & Businessman Series?
I work in Pastor How and Pastor Lia’s business. We had the opportunity to be the only audio brand invited to Singapore’s leading interior design, inspiration and renovation festival. It was the perfect target audience for our brand. But when my marketing director noticed that the dates clashed with our church’s Christmas services—a busy and significant season—her direction was clear: reject the offer.
As a businessman, I find that while good business principles will take one to success, it’s the fundamentals—values, character, attitude, that will sustain you in the long term. It’s not just a piece of ‘advice’ but rather a conviction and new normal for Christian business people. Instead of focusing on just profits in business, I now focus on relationships, my motivations, value and purpose.
The essence of who we are and our first love is aptly captured in the article. I like it because having the right heart, priority and purpose on money matters is a very good antidote for one to remain heavenbound. Not in my 50 years of being a Christian have I come across such a declaration of financial integrity.
This article is not written by a couple wanting to make waves and stir up controversy in order to attract social media clicks or attention. This article is written by a couple who have lived this message and it is their honest testimony. Through our friendship I am privileged to know that they have obeyed and served God in far more sacrificial ways than they would ever publicly share.
Pastors knew that we were planning for a baby, and a car would come in most handy. They’ve always said that their business will take care of their own needs and their team’s. Being on the worship team means I also have a truckload of guitar equipment to lug around. The timing couldn't be more perfect!