Values may not be all that popular anymore. In a world of “faceless” communication, values can sometimes feel irrelevant. Folks are not necessarily held accountable for how they behave. But at Admarc, values are taken seriously – we hold ourselves accountable.
Values are the set of principals we follow, our standards of behavior, what we feel is important in life. Values have always been important to us but maybe now more than ever, we value our values.
When we first built Admarc (way back in 1983), we established a simple set of values that we uphold to this day.
Do The Right Thing. Treat the client like you want to be treated. When our friends, our clients, our colleagues or even strangers are in need, we help them.
Committed To Inspire. Great companies give back and inspire others. Work is important. People are more important.
Design Matters. Good design is good business. It exists to communicate purpose. We love what we do, we love the people we work with and our passion grows every day. We listen.
Deliver Trust. Deliver service, expertise and transparency. Earn trust by choosing long-term relationships over short term gain.
What are your set of values? What keeps you responsible to yourself and to others?
The resurrection of the Jesus holds just as much power today as it did over 2,000 years ago.
The first followers of Jesus lived in a scary age. The Roman occupiers crucified dissenters, and diseases like leprosy brought despair and doom to entire households. In 2021, the headlines are full of stories about fear, war, hatred, mistrust, financial disparity and doubt.
But when Jesus came, he brought HOPE. In his death and resurrection, Jesus Christ defeated death once and for all.
Now, Cancer—or COVID—has no victory. (1 Cor. 15:55) Ultimately, Jesus has destroyed the power of death. His resurrection is a taste of what is to come for all who are in Christ.
One day, He promises us that we will return—in a victory as real as His own resurrection. (Rom. 6:4)
How can any news be better than that?
Fresh insights shared in the morning when ideas are fresh and the coffee is hot.