Corporate Spirituality: Part 5—Creators of Community

Corporate Spirituality: Part 5—Creators of Community

Ken Boa discusses creators of community in this fifth part in his series on “Corporate Spirituality,” based on Facet 12 of his book Conformed to His Image. Whereas selfishness is the leading enemy of community, servanthood issued out of self-control is the greatest contributor to community.[note]From Boa, Conformed to His Image (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2001), p. 424.[/note] Serving and loving others is embodied in the eight Beatitudes.

This teaching covers pp. 421–425 (from chapter 34) in the book.

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