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Bearing the Arms of Moses; Ten Ways to Pray for Mobilizers and Cross-cultural Workers

By Shane Bennett (see on original site at Missions Catalyst) // Originally Published on October 13th, 2010 It’s a fascinating picture, isn’t it? As long as Moses holds his staff aloft toward the throne of God, Joshua and his army prevail against the bad guys. But Moses, though a galactic superman, got tired. Exodus 17

The Great Commission Strategy

“Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15). I recently heard a story of a kingdom business steward who, after many years of sharing the Gospel with one of his employees who worked in the sales department, finally won him over to the Lord. During an event the employee

From Mission Impossible to Possible

But Jesus looked at them and said to them, “with men this is impossible but with God all things are possible.” Matthew 19:26. Have you ever had an assignment or project that you felt in your heart there is no way I can do this? Is your business facing a challenge that seems impossible for

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

Whole Foods CEO

His post may not have so much to do with BAM, but here is a CEO with a mission for his business for sure. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey gave an interview earlier this month to the WSJ, and references to it have popped up in a variety of places. I just think it’s worth

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