Building kingdom-class companies.
Stewardship in the Kingdom of God involves much more than the tithes we bring to the pastors of our congregations. It involves relationships, gifts, opportunities, and even our identity in Christ. In this week’s devotional we’re going to talk about how We’re called to steward our Identity In Christ.
Episode 002 is the first of four episodes where I am sharing about Biblical stewardship… and believe it or not, we’re not going to talk about finances… it is about so much more than that.
The first area of our life we’re going to talk about is Identity in Christ.
If you have an idea for a business, or you want to start a business, your to-do list can be overwhelming. However, of everything on your list there are three things that will set the stage for your success: You must cover the opportunity in Prayer, Perspective, and Planning.
I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard a want-to-be entrepreneur boldly go into business on the claim, “God is calling me into business.” This is awesome! In fact I myself have received this call to go into business. However, just like my younger self, many entrepreneurs jump into a new venture without using God’s basic gift of wisdom, and therefore find themselves out of business within a year or two after they’ve made this call public.
Today is the world debut of the Christ In Business Podcast! I have a ton of amazing guests and some good topics line up for the coming episodes. However, before we get started on these topics I wanted to share with you a little bit about who I am, where I’ve come from, and how I came to start this podcast…
Welcome to the Christ In Business Podcast. This podcast is for business leaders and entrepreneurs who have a passion for business and a love for God. Together we will be exploring how we can use our position in the marketplace and our businesses as a tool for advancing the Kingdom of Jesus Christ in business.
7 Growth Stages Every Business Must Grow Through To Finish Well, Provide Freedom, & Leave An Inheritance to The Third Generation.
If you’ve been in business for years it can, at times, seem like a never ending process of selling and putting out fires. If the freedom you expected your business to provide seems more and more like a wild goose chase, than a reality…. If you can spend more and more time putting out fires, handling customer complaints, filling up your calendar with work, and trying to make payroll than living the life you started out to build…
Then this post is for you. Here’s why…
In this blog post I’m going to explain the importance of finishing your business well and I’m going to show you the 7 stages every successful business must growth through, so that you can have a roadmap that will give you the freedom and lifestyle you wanted when you started in business.
When marketing is done right in your business, it has the power to fuel amazing growth. Today I am going to share the most powerful marketing rule I know. If you read this rule and put it into correct practice in your own business, then it has the potential to rocket you past the competition on your way to success.
They are the bad guys in the movies, the subject of great debate among our politicians, and often criticized by those who cannot relate in the U.S. Who are these people? Owners, presidents, and CEO’s, and the business community. With such a negative undertone in our culture about business, it begs the question, “What is God’s purpose for business?”