business as missions

BAM: Serve People and Trust God for Impact

BAM: Serve People and Trust God for Impact

Mats Tunehag shares stories from around the world. In this piece, he reminds the reader that we cannot convert anyone by pushing through or forcing a spiritual impact. This is essential as we do business as mission.

Book Recommendation - "BAM Global Movement"

Book Recommendation - "BAM Global Movement"

Mats Tunehag’s stories from around the world are now in book form! BAM Global Movement: Business as Mission Concepts & Stories is a unique blend of short chapters explaining the ‘business as missions’ concept interspersed with brief case studies of BAM businesses.

Not Dead Yet

Not Dead Yet

From Seattle Pacific University's Faith & Co., this short business documentary profiles the Munsons who not only see their Saddleback Leather Company as something that can support ministry/missions, but as a mission all its own — loving customers and employees, many of whom who are in Leon, Mexico.

Never Alone in The Lion's Den

Never Alone in The Lion's Den

In 2008, Chuck Welden invited me to hear about a profitable business in India. With 50 people in the room, Tom shared his experience starting the business as a way to have an ministry impact. He spoke about others who intentionally sought to operate the business, deal with people, even handle the profit as a means to serve others and the Lord. I loved it. My faith and my work were not separate but work together to grow me closer to Jesus and others to know him through my example.