3 edition of The missional entrepreneur found in the catalog.
The missional entrepreneur
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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While Johnson's book is The missional entrepreneur book like an academic survey of the literature, "The Missional Entrepreneur," with its exegesis of Paul's tentmaking and its case studies, is more readable and enjoyable as it captures Russell's own journey to understand just what BAM is, and should be, in a clear narrative style/5(15).
Mark Russell, the author of The Missional Entrepreneur: Principles and Practices for Business as Mission on the other hand provides a different perspective altogether, and one I feel readers of Shadrach’s book and people funding their ministry through other means, maybe bi-vocationally, ought to read.
An excellent book that is thoughtful, informative, helpful and inspiring. The author does an excellent job of setting the concept of the missional entrepreneur apart from having a "job" or even a "career" and gives real dignity and a sense of calling to the business world.4/5.
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Book Summary The Missional Entrepreneur Principles and Practices for Business as Mission by Mark L. Russell Summary in Brief The relatively recent direction of the globalization of business has led Christian entrepreneurs who are also committed to missions to re-evaluate their approach to the Great Commission.
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Joanna is the founder of SheLives, a ministry helping women around the world to break the cycle of a bad story. She is also the International Director of One Rock International, training and coaching missional leaders around the world.
She will be co-hosting the Being Christian Entrepreneurs workshop day. If you’re an entrepreneur looking to get your missional business off the ground, contact us. Global Enterprise Network The Global Enterprise Network (GEN) consists of over missional entrepreneurs as Navigators Business As Mission (BAM) or Business for Transformation (B4T) in dozens of countries on six continents.
Missional leadership needs to be understood in order to be a missional entrepreneur. In chapter 16 we look at the biblical purposes for leadership and how this should shape the missional entrepreneur. Finally, in chapter 17 we will look at the issue of offshoring.
We are living in global times, and we are in an interconnected and interdependent. "The globalization of business has provided Christians opportunities like never before-if our principles and practices are sound. Mark L. Russell examines the biblical basis for business as mission, including an in-depth analysis of the Apostle Paul's work, and then presents fresh, practical insights for business leaders based on his extensive research overseas."--Back cover.
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Description of the book "The Missional Entrepreneur: Principles and Practices for Business as Mission": Business as mission BAM, an emerging concept and developing ministry, has drawn fascination in missions and business circles.
This is the summary of The Missional Entrepreneur: Principles and Practices for Business as Mission by Mark L. Russell. In The Missional Entrepreneur Mark L. Russell does define the difference between mission, God's overarching purposes in the world, and missions, the local outworkings of Christian partnering with God in His l also explains what business as missions is, which is a term I've never heard before, but as soon as I started reading it I 3/5.
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More recently, new technologies, the waning of the old. So the kingdom of God needs missional entrepreneurs who will see the segments of our world that are getting overlooked and passed by and will step out in faith and courage to see that these other people also are shown the love of Jesus.
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