What do you think? Is Business as Mission (BAM) a flawed concept? Dr. Scott Quatro is Professor of Management and Co-Chair of the Business Department at Covenant College and is the Chair Elect of the Christian Business Faculty Association. Dr. Michael Thigpen is Associate Professor of Old Testament and Semitics at Talbot School of Theology […]
There is no better way to mobilize the People of God for the work of ministry in the marketplace than through the local church. However, as Doug Spada says, it can be easy for people to view their local churches as being like cruise ships for rest, relaxation, and all-you-can-eat buffets… rather than like aircraft […]
How are marketplace Christians using their spiritual gifts in the business world? Shae Bynes is the host of the Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur Podcast and founder and Chief Fire Igniter of KDE’s community of entrepreneurs. She’s the author of a several books, including at least one bestseller. KDE’s mission is to activate a community of entrepreneurs […]
Is a seminary, Bible-school education relevant in the business world?
The old Sunday-Monday, sacred-secular divide has been closing faster in recent years. The Church in the marketplace is maturing, and the Marketplace Christianity Movement is advancing. In a previous post, I shared a brief history of the Marketplace Christianity Movement (1930 – present) to show how we arrived at this adolescent phase of the Movement. […]