We find a Christian business lesson about intrapreneurs in the Old Testament. Discover how Jacob succeeded as an intrapreneur by God’s favor.
Dreams keep us moving. They are the source of our passion, and the vitality of our courage. Martin Luther King Jr is one of the greatest examples of this. Moses happens to be one, too.
God will only accomplish as much as you dream, so dream big!
The “faith in the workplace” movement hasn’t exactly taken the marketplace by storm. So what is keeping marketplace Christians from truly transforming markets with the love of God?
The Bible outlines an inspiring and challenging framework for entrepreneurs and professionals that links us to farmers at a pretty intimate level. Taking the time to understand this framework will go a long way in helping you find ways to truly unlock God’s favor in the marketplace.
You probably grew up singing away in a manger, dreaming of a serene setting for the birth of Jesus. But have you ever thought about the fact that Jesus was basically born in a gas station?
We tend to picture Jesus as a stoic smelly bum. But is this really an accurate assumption? Discover another side of Jesus, one that is likely very different than what you’ve always imagined.
What do Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John have in common? If you answered “authors of the Gospel” then you’re right. But that’s not the answer I’m looking for. There’s something else these men have in common that is especially interesting and often overlooked.
We tend to view Jesus as a rabbi, but did you know that he was actually a carpenter most of his life? This seemingly trivial truth actually can be a transformational reality when you begin to explore Jesus the carpenter instead of Jesus the teacher.
God has an exceptionally compassionate heart for the marketplace and explicitly seeks to advance the kingdom of heaven through the heart of the city. The question is, what role are you going to play in God’s will being done in the marketplace?