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Our 'Top 100 Video Stories' continues ... Videos 81 - 90

Our 'Top 100 Video Stories' continues ... Videos 81 - 90

This week’s top 100 video countdown gets us into the 80’s. As you look through this list, you’ll find a lot of great videos on faith and work and what it means to be a Christian in the workplace. Feel free to just jump right in!

Top 100 Video Stories for Faith Driven Entrepreneurs

Top 100 Video Stories for Faith Driven Entrepreneurs

When we started this project, we honestly didn’t believe we’d find that many video stories to share. We were cautiously optimistic about reaching 100 videos, but after researching on our own and receiving an overwhelming amount of recommendations, we found more videos than we knew what to with!

Upcoming book - "Refugee Workforce: The Economic Case for Hiring the Displaced"

 Upcoming book - "Refugee Workforce: The Economic Case for Hiring the Displaced"

Releasing soon in Fall 2019 -- "Refugee Workforce: The Economic Case for Hiring the Displaced" is a book written by Chris Chancey who has spent the last 5 years running a staffing agency to help companies all over the US hire refugees who have already legally resettled in America.

Why believe? The promise of research on the role of religion in entrepreneurial action

Why believe? The promise of research on the role of religion in entrepreneurial action

Religion is one of the most pervasive and central topics in society. However, its relative neglect by entrepreneurship research leads to an insufficient understanding of entrepreneurial action. Read the academic article here from The Journal of Business Venturing Insights.

This Is How Sephora Is Helping Female Founders Launch New Beauty Companies

This Is How Sephora Is Helping Female Founders Launch New Beauty Companies

Originally published by Fast Company— Corrie Conrad, Head of Social Impact at Sephora, shares about Sephora Stands Together (financial support to Sephora employees), Classes For Confidence (workshops for women trying to reenter the workforce) and Sephora Accelerate, its startup incubator.

Stepping on the Head of Evil: An Entrepreneur's Role in the Gospel and Redemption

Stepping on the Head of Evil: An Entrepreneur's Role in the Gospel and Redemption

It's not often that an article intrigues me the way Anthony Bradley's recent piece in Fathom did.  His major point of many of us not having a complete view of the Gospel and restoration of God's Kingdom has very real ramifications for us as entrepreneurs, even though at face level this is a post about racial reconciliation in the Church.

A Circle of Instigators

A Circle of Instigators

Some of us have heard of the powerful groups of friends like The Clapham Sect or perhaps the Inklings. Inventive friendship can be an extension of entrepreneurial calling & at their best, these inventive friendships are part of the redemptive fabric of faith in Jesus.

Bikes and Baptisms: One Ukrainian Couple’s Journey

Bikes and Baptisms: One Ukrainian Couple’s Journey

Hello, weekend! We love hearing how God is moving around the world and Hope International shares this great story about Lesya and Nicholai Login in western Ukraine. With their booming bicycle business, they share their passion for the sport and bless the community in unique ways!

"How I Built This" Podcast Series

"How I Built This" Podcast Series

Today, we share a high-caliber podcast series from NPR! How I Built This with Guy Raz dives into the stories behind some of the world's best known companies & movements and the innovators, entrepreneurs and idealists leading them.

Generosity Path's Entrepreneur Profile: Jonathan Onigbinde

Generosity Path's Entrepreneur Profile: Jonathan Onigbinde

We are excited to share with you some of the great Entrepreneur Profiles from around the world compiled by our friends at Generosity Path. Today, we meet a leading entrepreneur in Africa who is on the generosity path and ask them what God has taught him about giving.

This week, meet Jonathan Onigbinde from Nigeria!

The 7 Most Common Mistakes of Coaches

The 7 Most Common Mistakes of Coaches

In this post, Dr. John Ng of Eagles Leadership Institute out of Singapore discusses why coaching has become a necessary tool for managers and leaders today but how many coaches do not perform well in their roles. The reasons why range from planning to chemistry to just simply talking too much!

Generosity Path's Entrepreneur Profile: The Opprecht Family

Generosity Path's Entrepreneur Profile: The Opprecht Family

We are excited to share with you some of the great Entrepreneur Profiles from around the world compiled by our friends at Generosity Path. Below, we meet a Christian family who is on the generosity path and ask them what God has taught them about giving.

This week, meet Juerg and Benzli Opprecht from Switzerland!

Generosity Path's Entrepreneur Profile: Surya Gunadi

Generosity Path's Entrepreneur Profile: Surya Gunadi

We are excited to share with you some of the great Entrepreneur Profiles from around the world compiled by our friends at Generosity Path. Below, we meet a Christian who is on the generosity path and ask them what God has taught them about giving.

This week, meet Surya Gunadi from Indonesia.

Entrepreneurship Meets Scripture Journal-ling

Entrepreneurship Meets Scripture Journal-ling

The ThredJournal is tool to implement a unique method for journal-ling, especially with a partner or group. And it’s a great tool for Faith driven entrepreneurs! Check out the video on this post to learn more about the ThredJournal and how you can grow in your relationship with Christ using the method or the ThredJournal!

The Dangers of Globalism

The Dangers of Globalism

Article originally hosted and shared with permission by The Christian Economic Forum, a global network of leaders who join together to collaborate and introduce strategic ideas for the spread of God’s economic principles and the goodness of Jesus Christ. This article was from a collection of whitepapers compiled for attendees of the CEF’s 2018 Global Event.

In this whitepaper, Jeff Holler shares about Globalism and it’s affect on the world. He also cautions against globalism due to consolidation of power politically and economically, the loss of freedoms we are beginning to experience because the process of globalism, and diminishing individual responsibility, work ethic, and human dignity. Read on to see if you agree or disagree and share your comments.

Africa's Calling

Africa's Calling

Huge opportunity for impact… How can faith driven entrepreneurs can get involved in supporting entrepreneurship in Africa.

Karibu Nyaggah

When I was a child, I emigrated to the US from Africa with my family and never looked back. When I finally did go back in college, a deep desire was planted, growing stronger with each subsequent trip, to use my position of privilege and the skills I had gained to make an impact on the continent. On one such trip to my native homeland of Kenya, I met Courtney Rountree, one of my co-founders at Sinapis, and we began discussing the pressing problems we were seeing in front of us and how we could leverage the power of business to create positive economic and social impact. Although we did not know it at the time, Africa was truly on the cusp.

Indeed, its coming ascendance is well researched. In June 2010, McKinsey released a seminal report on Africa that projected by 2020, Africa’s GDP would reach $2.6 trillion, up $1 trillion from 2008. With increasing urbanization, Africa’s labor force is projected to reach 1.1 billion by 2040, overtaking China and India. By 2020…

A Well-Lit Pathway Out of Poverty

A Well-Lit Pathway Out of Poverty

Brian Rants never thought his contribution to the world would be a $15 lamp. But for schoolchildren in Swaziland and earthquake survivors in Haiti, these solar lamps have made all the difference. Rants's Denver-based company—Nokero, short for "no kerosene"—have allowed African students to read at night and increased safety for Haitian families living in tent cities. As vice president of marketing, Rants's job is to get these lamps into the hands of millions of families in the developing world.

Do You Know Why Switzerland is Beautiful? The Swiss Do.

Do You Know Why Switzerland is Beautiful?  The Swiss Do.

I have the great honor and blessing of being able to attend the Christian Economic Forum this week in St. Moritz.  It's a time to gather with friends and colleagues from around the world to endeavor to understand how we as followers of Jesus might participate, and even innovate, in the world's financial markets.