I recently started reading a devotional on Financial Fitness. I was so curious at first because the devotional's subject was not on what might be termed as straight up Christian themes such as love, salvation, grace, faith, forgiveness and so on. It was about finances, a somewhat touchy- feely subject for some. And so I started … Continue reading Financial Fitness: God’s Reward for Wise Money Management
An interesting piece by Cathy Phiri.
I’ve been reading a lot across social media platforms around Zambians (specifically) talking about not doing work for free. I read it with keen interest.
As a person who has had to pay for services of another person, and have also had to charge out my services, I hasten to caution that the not working for free does not apply across the board. I’m a strong believer in knowing your worth, therefore you know when and how much to charge out your time to, but don’t have an exaggerated belief in your worth. This blog is more for people coming up in the industry, still wet behind the ears, as opposed to those established as I feel the ones coming up are feeling they are established out of the gate.
So before you refuse any zero paying jobs, consider these points:
Is It Really Not Paying?
Money is not the…
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By Kari Jobe Jesus is always enough. That’s a statement that is easy to say with our lips, and at times difficult to embrace with our hearts. I’m reminded of the rich, young man who approached Jesus in Mark 10 (verses 17 to 25). By the world’s standards, this young man had everything he could … Continue reading Always Enough
The original version of this story be read from Rapzilla here. The author, Justin Sarachik, tries to explain this phenomenon and breaks down some of the lyrics. Read the comments on the Rapzilla page to get an idea of peoples views on this issue. And for more such stories, follow the Rapzilla Facebook page. Why … Continue reading Why are so Many Mainstream Artists Doing ‘Christian’ Music? [Re-post from Rapzilla]