The 21st Century has been a very turbulent era. The movement of people, goods, capital and ideas has increased economic integration. This has been propelled by increased trade and investment as we move towards a borderless world.

There has always been a sharing of goods, services, knowledge and cultures between people and countries, but in recent years improved technologies and a reduction of barriers means the speed of exchange is much faster.

The goal of a global world is to increase material wealth, goods, and services through an international division of labor by efficiencies catalyzed by international relations, specialization and competition.

The individual is confronted by this constant change. In our search for survival and success we are regularly confronted with goods and services of international standards. But goods and commodities are not the only influences that have easily spread around the globe. The moral standards have changed in our societies as well.

Even countries that were built on strong Judeo-Christian principles are beginning to experience moral depravity, lack of strong values, loss of self-control and general corruption in the body polity. The protestant work ethic that emphasized hard work, frugality and prosperity as a display of a person’s salvation in the Christian faith is gradually on the decline.

It has become increasingly difficult to transact normal business due to prevalence of corrupt practices and moral decay. Trust in established institutions is gradually being eroded and the answers are not coming from religious organizations.

Ignorance has been the cause of many of these problems. Jesus Christ said “you shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free”. The truth will make us free from the ignorance of spiritual principles that lead to Life.

Global Players Network teaches spiritual truths to participants of our various seminars and workshops. We help participants find the relevant core belief and explain how to apply this to the constant change that is experienced around us. We try to change thinking and challenge participants to higher ethical standards. This results in success and prosperity.