Business as Mission and the Church: Unleashing the Power of the Congregation in the Global Marketplace 

Author:
Jo Plummer; Renita Reed-Thomson
Date:
July 24, 2023

"Business as mission is demonstrating what the Kingdom of God is like in the context of business – and as we do so, engaging with the world’s more pressing social, economic, environmental and spiritual issues." explains Jo Plummer on the BAMGlobal resources website (link below). Resources are freely available, such as the report below.

"We believe the local church can effectively disciple and equip their members to have a positive influence on the marketplace—and especially the spheres of business and economics—with the complete understanding that God said it is ‘very good’.

The BAM and the Church Consultation Group focused on the role of business as mission in and through the local church. While the modern business as mission movement has been growing and expanding globally for several decades, much of this growth has been outside of local church contexts."

Image: Photo by Fernando @cferdophotography on Unsplash

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