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Transforming Business

God created business to bring about collective prosperity through just means. But, too often, our modern business culture is characterised by selfishness, exploitation and corruption. We know it needs to be transformed – but how? This session explores how Christian entrepreneurs can use their faith and God-given talents to start that transformation.

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Gifted for a Purpose

God has given each of us unique talents. How can we use them, humbly, to fulfil His purposes within our lives and businesses?

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Called to Business

God calls us to be fruitful in the tasks we undertake in our daily lives. But what exactly is a “calling”, and what might it mean within the business context?

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A Complete Ministry

Every Christian is called to a ministry. But what kind? And how do we strike the right balance between Word, Spirit and Deeds in the way we pursue it?

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The Creation Mandate

In the very first chapter of the Bible, God mandates humans to “be fruitful”. How could a modern-day business fulfil that blessing, and continue to bear fruit for Christ?

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The Great Commandment

The Bible asks us to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength, and our neighbour as ourselves. How can our businesses help us achieve that?

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The Great Commission

In Matthew 28, Jesus calls us to obey His commands and make disciples: the Great Commission. Is it possible to do that through our businesses? And if so, how?

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Profiting through Purpose

The Bible has a lot to say about the pitfalls of money. Yet pursuing profit is central to any business. How can we resolve this tension biblically? Is it possible to profit with a purpose?

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A Fruitful Ministry

To achieve a fruitful business ministry, we need to cultivate a Christ-like approach to leadership. How exactly can we go about that?

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Leaving a Legacy

By committing to doing business as ministry, we commit to seeing the culture of our business transformed for Christ. What does that look like in practice – and how can we sustain it over the long term?

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