According to the Pew Research Center, 25% of the United States (US) population consider themselves evangelical Christians, and according to the US Small Business Administration, 10% of Americans operate a small business. If we do not count those who may consider starting a business, this means that our total market potential of Christian business owners is over 8 million people in the US alone.
Currently, we only serve a little over 2,000 entrepreneurs each year. There is a lot more work to be done. Not only do we need to increase our outreach to serve more people each year, but we also need to find innovative ways to serve entrepreneurs beyond just enrolling them in training courses et coaching programs.
With the increase of socialism in the US, the message of entrepreneurship and free enterprise is more important now than ever, and with the decreased commitment to a biblical worldview, the message of Biblical Entrepreneurship is even more urgent.
36% of Americans view socialism somewhat or very positively, and only 6% of self-identified Christians have a biblical worldview.
|The Lord gave the word;|
Great was the company of those who proclaimed it:
– Psalm 68:11 (NKJV)
Some of the topics include:
- The Origin of Business idea
- Aligning your business idea with your calling
- The sons of Issachar
- building a team
- Business tithing
- Wisdom from the most unlikely sources
- Counting the cost
- Embracing the new
- Called to ministry
- Opportunity cost
- And many more
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Our target is to reach 1 million people in the next two years with Biblical Entrepreneurship Moments, with the ultimate goal of reaching over 10 million worldwide within 5 years. We hope to eventually use them as an evangelical tool to increase the awareness of Biblical Entrepreneurship in the US and around the world.
As a thank you for your continued support of our work, you will be receiving these messages every Saturday, starting June 3rd.
Sent in love from your grateful and humble servant,
Patrice Tsague, Chief Servant Office