You can actually do that through a business.
But some religious people look down at business. Because in their mind, business is simply about money. So these religious folks would prefer that you remain in your job and just focus on going to Heaven.
But following Jesus isn’t just about going to Heaven. That’s a selfish spirituality. Following Jesus is about dying on the cross so that others may live.
I believe that one of the ways of dying on the cross for others is by becoming an Entrepreneur.
After all, Jesus was a Businessman.
Shocking, right? For some religious ears, it’s almost scandalous. Well, let me shock your religious ears even more: Jesus spent six times more years as an Entrepreneur than He did as a Minister (Preacher, Healer, and Exorcist).
In Biblical times, a boy starts apprenticing his father’s craft at age 13. So teenager Jesus was already part of the family carpentry business. When St. Joseph grew old or when he died, Jesus took over. That’s why his fellow townsfolk–the Galileeans—didn’t believe in His preaching because they said, “Isn’t this the carpenter?” (Mark 6:3)
His kababayans couldn’t reconcile this fact in their brains. They saw Jesus as an Entrepreneur, doing entrepreneurial stuff, such as manufacturing, marketing, selling, accounting, and earning a profit for 17 years…And then, all of a sudden, he starts preaching? (Note: He spent only three years in ministry work.)
By being an entrepreneur, Jesus sanctified business.
Today, we start an exciting brand new series titled, Jesus, Entrepreneur. It will rock your world. It will introduce you to a new way of thinking about business that is very DIFFERENT from what you hear from other pulpits.
Friend, do you want to put up your own business? Or do you want to understand how it works? And how you can love God and others through business? Then this unique talk series is for you.
Get ready for an amazing series.
And have a fantastic Feast today!
May your dreams come true,
PS. You may NOT want to become an Entrepreneur. But in today’s economy, the best employees have an “Entrepreneur Mindset”. So even if you’ll be an employee forever, you’ll still need this series!