Category Archives: Kingdom Business

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To Fail or To Flourish: Does My Life and Work Really Matter?

previously published, updated for relevancy Dr. John Mulford, Director of the Regent Center for Entrepreneurship, spoke at an event co-sponsored by Regent University and the Acton Institute, To Fail or Flourish: Does My Life and Work Really Matter? This blog post was originally posted on the Acton Institute website. Read more from the Acton Institute

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Back in Rwanda: The Sizzle is On

previously published; dates may no longer be relevant by Jason Benedict Weekend 2/3-2/5 I made it here to Rwanda safe and sound.  I had a good seat on the airplane but had a heartbreaking conversation with a Ugandan lady who sat next to me.  She is now a US resident and was traveling back to

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BDC Rwanda Celebrates the Graduation of its 12th Cohort

previously published; dates may no longer be relevant On December 15, 2014, the Rwanda Business Development Centre graduated 15 entrepreneurs from the entrepreneurship class. This is the 12th Cohort to successfully complete the program since it first began in 2010. The class is mainly comprised of young entrepreneurs who hope to successfully run a business.

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Remembering Chick-fil-A Founder Truett Cathy

Known as true leader in the business world, Truett Cathy was recognized for his confident leadership and his willingness to stand for Biblical truths. Not only did he create and manage an extremely successful fast-food restaurant known as Chick-fil-A, but his Godly leadership helped his employees, and even his customers to see Jesus. We honor

OneMaker: Hope for a Jewelry Business for Deaf Artisans in Kenya
OneMaker: Hope for a Jewelry Business for Deaf Artisans in Kenya

Blog post by Jana Harp Dean, President of OneMaker and consultant to organizations starting businesses to employ poor women in developing countries. OneMaker is a 501c3 organization that exists to be a tangible expression of God’s love to poor women and girls vulnerable to trafficking and other exploitation by giving them opportunities through education and

The Joy of Giving
The Joy of Giving

That in a great trial of affliction the abundance of their joy and their deep poverty abounded in the riches of their liberality (2 Cor. 8:2) Although the United States has the highest percentage of charitable giving then other nations in the world it is also one of few nations that enjoy tax write-offs from

Be Prepared
Be Prepared

I just finished reading a newsletter from a family that is called overseas to missions. (Business as Missions, I think…) They’ve been planning to leave very soon but the newsletter was sent out to let people know their departure date has been pushed back, and they may not go until next summer. Since they’re open

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