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Business as Mission: People, Purpose, Planet and Profit

by Mats Tunehag Businesses shape the world. But how can we shape businesses to shape the world for good and for God? That is the underpinning question addressed in a new book about Business as Mission, BAM: Building the Kingdom Through Business. BAM is intentional about making a positive difference with regards to four bottom

Partnership Update: Akilah Institute for Women

By Brittany Hoffman The Regent Center for Entrepreneurship is always looking for new areas of synergy and partnership. This summer, we found a kindred spirit in the Akilah Institute for Women. Akilah Institute for Women exists to “empower young women in East Africa to transform their lives by equipping them with the skills, knowledge, and

7 Pieces of Practical Wisdom in the Workplace

By Margaret Mitchell Managing frontline employees is no easy task, especially during these accelerated times in which we live and work. Add to this fast pace a high-tech, production environment and you’ve entered into a whole new level of agility. Having been one of those managers and having been managed by those managers, I confess

New Translator, The Same Old Faithfulness

My prayer going into tonight was, “God I am still all yours. All glory to you for last night. Please, please, please do it again!” He did. Tonight was great. Not only was it a lot of fun, but we started to gel as a group. Their participation was more active and they were sharing

Jana Harp Dean, Regent’s March 2011 World Changer

Jana Harp Dean ’97 (Psychology & Counseling) is using her Master’s in Community Counseling from Regent University to change the lives of impoverished women in Central Asia, China, India, and elsewhere. Her nonprofit organization, OneMaker, provides jewelry-making training and literacy courses so women can earn a fair wage in a safe working environment. Jana also

Research Experience: Orphanage Models

by Hanisha Besant // Originally Published on March 1, 2011 The current project that I am working on for RCE is on researching orphanage models that provide tools to help orphans survive the “after life” of being in an orphanage as a child. The project was inspired by a partnering organization that facilitates orphanages over-seas.

Abide in Christ

I am the vine, you are the branches. He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit, for without Me you can do nothing. John 15:5 In an earlier devotional we discussed how to be fruitful in the midst of the storm; we stated that being fruitful for a kingdom business means

The Lord is My Chairman
The Lord is my Chairman

“The Lord is my Sheperd; I shall not want”. Psalm 23:1 The chairman is the highest ranking officer on the board of a corporation. Though there is a slight difference between the board chairman of a non-profit and a for-profit organization, the basic responsibilities are the same. The chairman presides over the meetings and provides

Field Notes for Researching Grants
Helpful Links for Researching Grants & Non-profit Resources

Last Updated: 12/14/16 In the past, we’ve done our fair share of web searching and researching on grants and non-profits. We’ve compiled this page as (hopefully) a one-stop shop for all your info. needs on the subject. Feel free to let us know in the comments if you have additions, edits, or found one to

What is Kingdom Business?

by Patrice Tsague But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness (Matthew 6:33) We all know what business is; it is a commercial activity that is designed to generate a return for the owner(s) (at least that is how most people define it within a pure capitalist framework). Entrepreneurs start businesses so they