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How a squeaky clean ethos got my business off the ground

May 23, 2019 |

Last updated on May 30th, 2019 at 11:45 am

When Luke Murfitt boldly pitched his fledgling cleaning company to the senior project manager of a major London property developer, he soon discovered he was competing against some of the City’s largest commercial cleaning companies. Read More

How “consecrating” the company caused profits to soar

June 5, 2014 |

In summer 2012 Roger Greene told the story of how God filled “the company nets” of his consultancy business Tricordant, with new business when they believed in a prophetic word from John 21 to “throw their nets on the right side of the boat”. Last May he told us how, when the Company obeyed the Lord’s word to go and meet him in Galilee, the Lord not only filled the order books before they went away, but he filled their bank account while they were in Israel! Now Roger, who says Tricordant is “on an incredible journey with the Lord”, takes up the story. Read More

It’s time to get serious – business needs prayer

April 9, 2014 |

Last updated on April 14th, 2014 at 11:56 am

Over the last couple of years we have been running regular stories of how God has been at work in the business and work lives of Christians around Sussex. We know from feedback what a great encouragement they have been to believers in the marketplace.

We caught up recently with Roger Greene, who started the Ignite business breakfast, initially with friends from his own church. Since writing for HEART OF SUSSEX he has seen many more come to the breakfast, with some regularly travelling 30 miles to meet on a Saturday. Read More

What if you let God run your business life?

February 27, 2013 |

What if you let God run your business life?  What if you expect miracles?  Robin Hirsch did.  Here is Part 1 of his story.

UNTIL I WAS ABOUT 19, I knew no Christians whose lives were driven by their beliefs. But at university I met a chaplain, Michael Hollings, a man of wonderful serenity and gentleness, who never refused a meal or his own bed to any tramp – so half the week he slept on the sofa.

At that point, I had rejected Christianity, got depressed and became suicidal. Read More

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