Bruce Cook: “The Kingdom of God is an Inside-Out Kingdom” | The Elijah List

The Elijah List: Dr. Bruce Cook brings a word that covers several areas in regards to the Kingdom of God. Areas such as influencing cultures, matters of the heart, honor, giving, and correction with processes that take place from the inside out.

Excerpt from The Elijah List:

For organizations, the corporate culture is the inside out and reflects the core values of senior leadership and shareholders or stakeholders, depending on organizational type and mission. Mars Inc., for example, a privately-held, multi-national, multi-billion-dollar corporation, has five core values: Quality, Responsibility, Mutuality, Efficiency and Freedom. Culture helps define, undergird, frame and drive corporate identity, mission, goals, policies and behaviors. Culture influences how employees, clients or customers, and other constituents are variously treated, trained, and compensated or rewarded. Essentially, culture empowers the life of the organization, especially if it has its roots in Kingdom principles.

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