From the category archives: Business

Basic business minimums

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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Unequally yoked

Choosing a business partner should be done with the same caution as choosing a spouse.

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Making Money From Home

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. 

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Should I start a business? Part 2

Each year in America thousands of new business ventures are started. Some of these succeed and some end in failure.

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Multilevel sales programs

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.

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Should a Christian sue a company?

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?

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Christian business being sued

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).

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Should I start a business? Part 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. 

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Business or ministry?

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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Unequally yoked

Choosing a business partner should be done with the same caution as choosing a spouse.

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