For the past few weeks  the Business Edge team has been working on producing a format and student workbook for a teaching and coaching event we have called “BOOST”.  Boost is designed as a short, sharp shot of positive, practical learning and development to help you on your way to becoming a mighty force for good and for God, in your business or work.

Part of my research and study has been to read again Rich Marshall’s book “God@Work 2”.  Rich is an International member of Business Edge and has been our guest speaker at conference 3 times. Let me share some of his accumulated wisdom.51lGZ6O0vZL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_

pg 99 The ability to hear the voice of God for your business , The Competitive Edge.. a crucial idea to move us ahead of the pack, a perfectly timed product launch, the right connection, or an opportunity not yet thought of. 

God wants to give His children an edge, not so they can whip the competition, but in order to bless the community and move His kingdom forward.

Business men and women attuned to God’s Spirit are listening for and hearing God’s voice. They are finding that He is not only interested in their work, but He wants to bless and prosper it. The Lord wants their business to become a factor that makes a vital difference in their communities, nation and world…

If you want to get the edge at work, you must develop your skills in hearing from God,. He is speaking today and has directions to give if you will learn and listen, agree and obey.

This kind of hearing is not available to the natural ear, but is  for the marketplace minister who will learn to tune his or her ear to the Lord’s ever present voice.

God’s kingdom is advancing like never before. I pray that you will be part of that great army that God is raising up__the army with a godlycompetitive edge… [we call it the Business Edge!]

“Call unto me and I will answer you and show you great and mighty things which you do not yet know.” Jeremiah 33:3 

Have a wonderful , insightful, week in business and call upon  your God inspired “competitive edge “

Coralie Clark  Business Edge Hamilton