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Christian Entrepreneurship

Christian entrepreneurship is both a privilege in addition to a responsibility. It is a advantage because God has entrusted a company to us. It is a responsibility because we should run it to the most effective of our ability while bringing honor and beauty to Him.


What exactly does Christian entrepreneurship look like? Well, it is obviously a business person - someone who owns an organization - but it's more than that. It is someone that runs their business good principles found in that Bible. Principles of honesty and acting ethically must be apparent. The business owner will take the high road when coping with customers and employees. They are striving to bring glory to God incidentally they run their enterprise.

Christian entrepreneurs should offer products and services that are of good quality. Their reputation should be one that is highly regarded in addition to respected. In everything these people do, they want others to see God's reflection in these.

Entrepreneurship should not be exactly about money and wealth. Obviously, we run a business to earn money, otherwise it would be considered a ministry or charity. Then again, as a Christian who runs a company, we should think of greater than the bottom line of what amount of we make. We should imagine running our business in light of what amount of we can help others through our business, whether that be monetarily you aren't.

We need to also be concerned with how God has been represented through our internet business. When others look from us, do they see someone who’s working to glorify The almighty? Or do they see someone that's just working for themselves to check out how much can be manufactured? Please understand, I believe God wishes us to earn good money with the businesses. But it's the matter of priority. What is our main objective in in operation? Remember Colossians 3: 23 "And whatever you decide and do, do it heartily, for the Lord and not so that you can men. " We have to remember that we will work for God and to help please Him. That will cause us to also treat others in a fashion that is respectful and advantageous.

You are most likely familiar with the expression "WWJD" (Just what would Jesus do?). Which should be the question every entrepreneur asks when dealing with business situations. When we try to run our businesses the manner in which Jesus would, we are definitely on target.

Christian Entrepreneurship

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