From Seattle Pacific University's Faith & Co., this short business documentary shares how I Have a Bean offers a chance at redemption and helps change attitudes about previously imprisoned people returning to society — all while making great coffee.
In this Monday’s video, see how an entrepreneurial couple can rally a community towards giving! In the small town of Stanford, Kentucky, Jess and Angela Correll are leading a revival of sorts. From the Correll's bank to restaurant to hotel to other small businesses, the local economy is prospering, and its residents are getting inspired to be a generous community!
The first of two parts, this week’s episode finds the team speaking with Mike Sharrow, President and CEO of C12, an organization that provides a confidential and intimate environment where like-minded peers share ideas, discover and plan for areas in their business that need improvement, hold each other accountable, and encourage one another to conduct business in a God-honoring way.
I love this guy. I love the father-son dynamic. I love how multiple generations get together and pray to seek out God's wisdom. I don't think that this business model (having all profits) go to support ministry is the answer for everybody for a myriad of reasons, but I just really like Simon and think you will too.