More specifically, what makes a Christian organization Christian in how it goes about its business? What makes a Christian organization unique in how it hires, fires, allocates resources, makes hard decisions and cares for employees?
Even more specifically, when push comes to shove and we're down at the bottom line does a Christian business do anything differently? Or in the final analysis does the bottom line win out?
--questions from a start of an unpublished post I never finished as I pondered issues of downsizing and budget cuts at my Christian institution