Business as Mission

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About this Class

Establishing and running a business is one way to have spiritual, economic and social influence in countries that are not open to the Gospel. A profitable business benefits individuals and communities economically and does not need to depend on support from individuals and organizations. Since 90% of the value of business is in relationships, you have an opportunity to get involved in the lives of people at a significant level.

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Bill Job founded a company in China in 1988 as a Foreign Invested Enterprise. Meixia International produces Tiffany and fine glass for export. His vision is to transform people and communities through profitable business. Hundreds of Meixia employees have become believers in Jesus Christ, churches have been planted and compassionate ministries have started, including a program to hire the disabled.

Bill Mcleod is founder and executive director of Mission ConneXion Northwest.

Establishing a profitable business is one way to gain entrance and have influence in countries that are otherwise closed and/or hostile to the Gospel. It's important to depend on Christ and have an attitude of stewardship as you make decisions for the direction of the business.

 

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God wanted my business to be done well. He doesn't do anything sloppily. He wants to own it, direct it, as one of the systems he has established for the universe by which the kingdom of God enters into our experience on a day to day basis.

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When you think kingdom, you think about rescuing people. Jesus came to seek and to save that which was lost. The opportunity to be involved in rescue as we ourselves have been rescued, "helicoptered" out of the kingdom of darkness...why wouldn't we want to be part of that?

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