Christian Entrepreneurs

Christian Entrepreneurs

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We looked around Trinity and noticed that God had brought together a good number of small business owners and entrepreneurs. Christian Entrepreneurs is our way of encouraging these men. Business owners face particular pressures and, without faith, would face a number of sleepless nights. Along with their care for and shepherding of employees, there is the constant demand to create and produce both services and products. To do that with the excellence, integrity, and faith is the goal of the Christian entrepreneur. The Word of God teaches us that we are serving Jesus Christ as we do our work: “Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance. It is the Lord Christ whom you serve” (Col. 3:23-24). All work done to the glory of God is obedience to the cultural mandate and a bold declaration of Jesus Lordship over each and every realm.

Christian Entrepreneurs will be hosting regular breakfasts at various businesses in the Upstate of South Carolina. These mornings will consists of food, teaching, tour, sharing of wisdom, and support in prayer. If you would like more information about our next meeting, please check out Trinity’s Facebook pageChristian Entrepreneurs’ Twitter page, LinkedIn Group, or email us here.

Our next Christian Entrepreneurs’ Breakfast is schedule for Friday, January  19, 7:00 a.m. at:

Wolff Industries
107 Interstate Park, Spartanburg, South Carolina 2930

If you have further questions please contact us.

“The Christian shoemaker does his duty not by putting little crosses on the shoes, but by making good shoes, because God is interested in good craftsmanship.” -Martin Luther

“Every one in his particular mode of life will, without repining, suffer its inconveniences, cares, uneasiness, and anxiety, persuaded that God has laid on the burden. This, too, will afford admirable consolation, that in following your proper calling, no work will be so mean and sordid as not to have a splendor and value in the eye of God.” – John Calvin (Institutes 3.10.6).