Treff-End is happy to announce the development of a new, effective and practical methodology to generate and implement projects God’s way.

 

GCDI is an effective practical approach to generate and implement any idea God’s way (1 Corinthians 10:31). It builds on the following premises:

 

  • God is the Creator of the heavens and earth and everything in them (Genesis 1:1, Psalm 102:25, Hebrews 3:4).

 

  • God has a purpose or plan for creation (Romans 11:36, Acts 17:28, Colossians 1:16-17, Job 42:2, Psalm 33:11).

 

  • If human endeavours should make any sense, they must be compatible with God’s purpose (Ephesians 2:10, Romans 12:1-2, Ecclesiastes 12:13-14, Proverbs 19:21).

 

To effectively generate, design and implement an idea God’s way, GCDI uses the TCLR Evaluation Criteria also known as the TCLR-Test. The TCLR-Test ensures the entire design process align with God’s will. It is applied by the entrepreneur on each stage in the idea generation, design and implementation process. Each criterium in the TCLR-Test plays a specific role in guiding the entrepreneur to authentic Godly results.

 

With GCDI techniques, we can confidently approach problems in our societies without any fear. The techniques will helps us generate projects which suit the contexts. They’ll also ensure an effective and efficient implementation of the idea. GCDI is an amazing tool to accompany everyone today in his/her mission on earth.

 

GCDI techniques are still being developed. After their complete development by Treff-End, they’ll be tested in various situations in the field on all continents and optimized before being released to the public.

 

We ask you to be patient and stay tuned for more information about GCDI Methodology. If you want to support us during the development process of the methodology or if you want God to use you to test the methodology in the field by generating and implementing a project, please write us attreff@treff-end.com or jmw@treff-end.com

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