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Creating Communities of Faith in the Workplace

Started by Garry Freeman. Last reply by michael chavers Feb 18, 2013. 2 Replies

Are any of you as owners/leaders of businesses working as we are toward creating communities of faith within the workplaces that you lead?This forum should be a great place to share useful…Continue

The big five

Started by David Etenburn. Last reply by Maryanne Kare (wave75) Apr 11, 2012. 8 Replies

In your opinion, what are the five biggest keys in starting a new business? (I'll put my two cents worth in in a couple of days)Continue

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Started by yinka christiana christopher. Last reply by Hendrick Oarablile Feb 24, 2011. 5 Replies

  Am a faithfull chrsitian committed to the things of God and i ve worked with many organisations in my country  i wan to start  up my own business and it deals with supply of plantain matrials as…Continue

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Comment by Faith Whyte on June 4, 2013 at 8:19am

Is their any networking done with those living in the metro Atlanta area?  I would love to connect.

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Comment by Apostle Ricardo 'Reason' Butler on February 25, 2012 at 8:11pm

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Comment by Dr. Hopelyn Mullings Brown on September 19, 2011 at 7:21pm
As a Christian Entrepreneur, how do you decide which services are profit vs non-profit and how to determine what to charge for services etc. This question comes up very often among my clients.
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Comment by Patrick Kuwana on February 10, 2011 at 11:20am

Hey Christopher

I identify with the way you are feeling because I have had many of those days but I have always been amazed how I pull through and that so many of the fears I had at the time are just totally unfounded. My thoughts are totally under my control, these thoughts lead to the way I feel and ultimately to my actions. So as a word of encourangement I urge you to sit down, take a breath, read some scriptures that confirm who you are in Christ and what He was already done for you and this should start to change your thoughts and hence feelings. Whatever you are facing Jesus has already dealt with it so don't allow the enemy to deceive you into thinking anything else!!!!


I think the TGIF devotion yesterday was great and that you should read it. I attach it below -

Sowing In Tears
TGIF Today God Is First Volume 1 by Os Hillman
Wednesday, February 09 2011

"Those who sow in tears will reap with songs of joy." - Psalm 126:5

Psalm 126 describes an interesting process that goes against our natural tendencies when we are taken into a difficult period in our lives. Whenever we are hurled into a crisis that brings tears, our tendency is to retreat or recoil in fear and hurt. However, there is a better way that God tells us to handle such times of travail.

Those who sow in tears will reap with songs of joy. "He who goes out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with him" (Ps. 126:5-6). God is telling us that if we will do what is unnatural for us in these circumstances, He will make sure that what we sow in tears will return in joy. This is one of the most important lessons I have learned when faced with difficult circumstances. Rather than sit back and allow self-pity and discouragement to consume us, we should plant seed during this time. Reach out to a person who needs a friend. Invest in the life of another. See where you can be a blessing to someone. Give of yourself.

The psalmist acknowledges that we are doing this while we are in our pain. However, during this time we are to sow seed. That seed will return to us in another form. Here is what will happen when we do this. "He who goes out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with him." We will receive joy and fruit from the seed that we plant during this time. Sheaves represent the fruit of a harvest. We will actually get a harvest from this seed.

"You must not let the circumstances destroy you! Too many in the Kingdom are counting on you to come through this because of the calling on your life!" Those were the words spoken to me by a friend one time when I was in the midst of a very difficult business and personal circumstance that was threatening to destroy me emotionally. This person saw what God was doing and the fruit that God wanted to bring from these circumstances. Sometimes we need others around us to push us through the difficult times. If you find yourself in a difficult place today, see where you can sow some seed. Soon you will be reaping songs of joy.

If you feel you need to talk I am on Skype patrick.kuwana


Blessings brother


Comment by al caperna on January 3, 2011 at 4:40pm

Five keys to starting a business.
There are three main areas
1. Plan
2. Timing
3. Passion
Both these need to be looked at in the natural and the spiritual. You may see all green lights in the natural but do not have a peace from God. Do not pass go!
You may have yellow lights in the natural but have a strong peace in the spiritual. Pray and fast.
That is all for now

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Comment by Kenneth Mattson on October 11, 2010 at 12:13am
I just was asked to become an SBA SCORE counselor, first meeting this week. I am looking forward to meeting entrepeneurs in my market place.

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