A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, and favor is better than silver or gold. (Proverbs 22:1)
. . . and be changed in the process.
There are people, Christians, and churches throughout the world struggling just to survive. Using your business acumen, you can help locals start microenterprises, or train small businesses on using best practices. Local communities and churches benefit from having its people involved in business based on sound Christian principles.
And doors that are closed to local pastors open more freely when business is being discussed.
Think of your business knowledge as being a universal language to form personal relationships as a vehicle for outreach. Sharing your knowledge as well as your life can be a powerful witness for Christ.
• Teaching business principles overseas
• Mentoring small-medium sized enterprises (SME’s)
• Assisting in the start of micro-enterprises
• Opening businesses in a foreign country
• Being an in-country BAM coordinator
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