What does it mean to look at something through a redemptive lens? How can the Christian Biblical worldview help us see our reality not as how it is, but how it should be? On the Reframed podcast channel, various perspectives are offered on how business can become a force for redemptive change within Africa’s unique contexts. In each series you’ll hear from business leaders as they explore the ways that we can fundamentally shape industry and transform society through Biblically-aligned practices.
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In this episode, Sibs Sibanda and Paul Kim discuss Dorothy Sayer’s third proposition, which is that the worker’s first duty is to serve the work, not the community. Her view is that whenever man is made the centre of things, trouble follows – and that is the problem with making…
In this episode, recorded live at Ziwani's At The Lake, accomplished business leaders Alfred Okugbeni, Kwabena Owusu-Adjei, Sam Houlie, and Valentine Gitoho share their profound insights on the concept of integrity, delving into its true meaning and grappling with the costs and benefits of integrity in business.
In this episode of Why Work?, Sibs Sibanda and Paul Kim discuss Dorothy Sayer’s second proposition, which is that when a man or woman is called to a particular job of secular work, it is as true a vocation as though he or she were called to specifically religious work.
In the previous episode of Why Work? Sibs Sibanda and Paul Kim discussed Dorothy Sayer’s first proposition that work is what we were created to do, not just something we have to do. In this episode they explore its implications for integrating work and rest, and taking pride in producing…
In the previous episode of Why Work? Sibs Sibanda and Paul Kim kicked off the series by teasing out how the Covid pandemic altered the way we think about work. In this episode they discuss Dorothy Sayer’s first proposition, and explore some of its implications. Please send any questions or…
Paul Kim and Sibs Sibanda have reunited for this exciting new podcast series entitled Why Work? based on Dorothy Sayers’ well-known essay. In this introductory episode, they compare Sayers’ World War II context with our post-Covid reality – as two watershed moments in the history of work. Please send any…
‘Why Work?’ is an influential essay by Dorothy L. Sayers outlining a robust and practical theology of work against the background of World War II, that still challenges and inspires today. This is a dictation of the essay.
Karabo presents a thought-provoking challenge to Christians as he urges us to adopt a perspective that envisions the world as it ought to be, and then to work towards bringing that envisioned world into reality.
Sylvia Kithinji, a legal professional and head of corporate and commercial law at Ashitiva Associates in Kenya, shares her insights on empowering women in the African marketplace. She highlights the need for consciousness and awareness of the unique barriers women face, such as systemic corruption, stereotypes, and biased career choices.
Keri-Leigh Paschal is joined by Dr Irene Banda to discuss how to support women in the entrepreneurial space. They unpack the challenges faced by women in both corporate and community environments, and emphasise the importance of creating safe spaces for women to be heard, and providing them with tools and…
Through Joey's vibrant enthusiasm for coaching rugby, he demonstrates the essence of being salt and light in the workplace, as mentioned in Matthew 5:25. The key lies in the pursuit of excellence in all our endeavours.
Martin's faithfulness with the small amount that God entrusted to him, resulted in him reaching significant positions of influence. Through his exceptional leadership, he successfully brought about order amidst chaotic circumstances.
Adelaide shares how her identity in Christ led her to make tough decisions that cost her a well-paying job and useful business contacts – but also how God honoured her faithfulness and came through for her in amazing and unexpected ways.
In this dynamic online discussion, Yemi Faseun, Cynthia Nyamai, Sammy Rabolele, and Sibs Sibanda get practical as they explore how to use our businesses as powerful instruments for promoting justice in society
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