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A business is a tool to be used by God to demonstrate the truth of the Gospel. In James 1:22 we are told to be “doers” of the Word. A business is the perfect environment for living Christ's truth.
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Choosing a business partner should be done with the same caution as choosing a spouse.
For many of our forebears, home wasn't just a place to live — it was a center of commerce. Whether by running a cottage industry or a family farm, our ancestors earned a living not far from where they ate and slept.
Each year in America thousands of new business ventures are started. Some of these succeed and some end in failure.
What is a multilevel sales program? In reality, every product is sold via a multilevel system. The manufacturer marks it up and sells it to a retailer, who marks it up and sells it to a customer. This is a delivery system that has proved very effective over the centuries.
Although in part one of “Should a Christian Sue?” we concluded that it would not be a good example of Christ-like character for a Christian to sue another individual, is the same standard advised in dealing with a business, a corporation, or an insurance company?
First Corinthians 6 admonishes us not to take other Christians to court. “Does any of you, when he has a case against his neighbor, dare to go to law before the unrighteous and not before the saints?” (1 Corinthians 6:1).
Many people who are unhappy in their jobs, or who are without a job, consider going into business for themselves. Sometimes this is a good option and sometimes it isn't.
A business sells a product and makes a profit. A ministry serves a function that cannot be done at a profit. One of the keys to detecting a business being disguised as a ministry is to see how the funds are generated.
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