Operating a Kingdom business with excellence requires an understanding and the implementation of Kingdom business best practices.
According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, “best practice” is a procedure that has been shown by research and experience to produce optimal results and that is established or proposed as a standard suitable for widespread adoption.
It is the way things were meant to operate based on God’s creative order. It is a proven and tested approach to carrying out an objective that consistently achieves optimal results.
For since the creation of the world, His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse. – Romans 1:20 (NKJV)
Nature is the best revealer of best practices. Nature reveals the fact that God exists and God’s original purpose for things. This is why scripture tells us that we are without excuse in knowing God since His invisible attributes are revealed in nature (Romans 1:20).
Kingdom business best practice is a proven and tested approach based on the Scriptures to carry out business objectives that consistently achieve optimal or God’s intended results. Since 1997 thousands of entrepreneurs have succesfully incorporated Kingdom business best practices through our Biblical Entrepreneurship course and Kingdom business coaching program.
Every business has four areas of focus;
- Administrative: The development of the people and culture
- Marketing: The acquisition and maintenance of customers
- Operations: The servicing of clients
- Finance: The management of income and expenses to ensure business profitability.
How would you define Kingdom business best practices?
Whether the business is a Kingdom company or not, it has these four areas. The difference, however, between a traditional business and a Kingdom business is the fact that these four business functions must be done while keeping God’s purpose for business in mind. According to dr Jeff VanDuzer, retired Provos of Seattle Pacific, in his bestselling book, “Why Business Matters to God”, a business has two purposes:
- To create meaningful and creative work
- To provide services and products for common flourishing
As you consider Kingdom Business Best Practices, you must keep in mind the functions that every business should have and the purpose of business, which is the what and why of the business.
The function of business that every business should have is the how. The how should be executed to achieve the what and why without violating biblical principles while considering all stakeholders, from the customer, the investor, the vendors, the employees, the community, etc. This leads to sustainable success.
I will be going deeper into this concept at our upcoming Nehemiah Best Practices Business Conference & Tour in Orlando, Florida! I’ve invited some of my good friends;
- David and Jason Benham from Expert Ownership
- Alan Ross from Kingdom Companies
- Glenn Repple from GA Repple and Company
- Kristal Parker from the US Christian Chamber of Commerce
- Frank Kitonga from the Nehemiah Project Kenya
- Jeff Shafer from Common Good Capital
- David Witter from Financial Harvest Wealth Advisors
- Joe Boghdan with Six Ten LLC
- Anamaria Lowry with A&P International,
- Bishop Wiggins from The Hope Church
- Susan Schramm from Go To Market Impact
- Pastor George Cope
- And many more
No matter what stage your business is in, you will receive the best Kingdom business practices and principles to address any business situation.
At this conference, you will:
- Learn how to tap into your fullest potential in business based on how God created you
- Find out the keys to cashflow your business through the start-up stage to profitability
- Discover how to overcome the profit trap and build a sustainable business
- Learn to scale your business without losing your margin
- Learn how to exit the business without compromising return and impact
- Connect with other like-minded entrepreneurs who share your values and are committed to impacting the Kingdom
Whether you are considering business, have a business in the start-up stage, at profitability, or are looking to expand or exit, come learn how to take your business to the next level using best practices from a Kingdom perspective. Click HERE to learn more or register for the conference.
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