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Will Poverty Survive?

by Jonathan Simpson Publication: One-to-One, Spring 2007 ...HOW CHALLENGERS SUCH AS MICROCREDIT AND THE ONE CAMPAIGN AIM TO UPLIFT THE WORLD'S POOR—AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU Could poverty disappear in our lifetime? Muhammad Yunus, founder of the microcredit movement and recent winner of the Nobel Peace Prize answers “Yes” to this question. Receiving his [...]

Being Green: It Could Get Easier

by Jonathan Simpson Publication: One-to-One, Autumn 2006 AN EXPLORATION INTO BIBLICAL STEWARDSHIP AND ECO-FRIENDLY ECONOMICS The “GREEN MOVEMENT” came into prominence in Europe, New Zealand and Australia in the 1970’s and became known for its support of environmental and anti-war causes. By the mid-80’s, the Green Party had established itself as a political force in [...]

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Graduating for the Glorious Clause

by Jonathan Simpson Publication: One-to-One, Spring 2006 IT’S NOT JUST WHAT YOU LEARN, BUT WHAT YOU DO WITH WHAT YOU LEARN! As we approach this time of year, we look ahead to graduation season for millions of students. Graduations come in many forms; sometimes from school, and sometimes through other tests in life. They may [...]

By |April 1st, 2006|One-to-One, Spiritual Growth, Work & Service|0 Comments

Buying Back Your Budget…Is It Worth It?

by Jonathan Simpson Publication: One-to-One, Winter 2006 THE REWARDS OF BUDGETING AND STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR YOUR BUSINESS If fiscal year and calendar year are the same cycle in your business, 2007's budget planning process might well be at hand for you. Pat yourself on the back if you've already dealt with it, but for many [...]

By |January 1st, 2006|Financial Freedom, One-to-One, Work & Service|0 Comments

Serious Business of Values and Influence…An Interview with Ferrill Gibbs

by Jonathan Simpson Publication: One-to-One, Autumn 2005 When Ferrill Gibbs was 10 years old, his dad gave him his first set of boxing gloves for Christmas. “My first match was with my sister and I was lucky to get a draw. I’m not sure why getting hit was fun, but I loved the sport of [...]

By |September 1st, 2005|Leadership, One-to-One, Work & Service|0 Comments

Forward through Adversity…An Interview with Jim Tully

by Jonathan Simpson Publication: One-to-One, Summer 2005 When you are in the midst of trials, there is a comfort and encouragement gained from those who have been tested by fire and found faithful. Their strength is not imparted through pats on the back and extensive shoulder crying sessions (although there may be time for that). [...]

Discovering Your Identity…An Interview with Paul Graves

by Jonathan Simpson Publication: One-to-One, Winter/Spring 2005 Paul Graves is the Director of Design Strategy for a U.S.-based brand strategy and communication design company. He is also involved in pastoral and prophetic ministry. I sat down to interview Mr. Graves against the backdrop of coffee and beignets in the famed New Orleans French Quarter. You [...]

By |February 1st, 2005|One-to-One, Work & Service, Worldview & Culture|0 Comments