LNP16 | Investment As Mission

Leadership Network Podcast | Episode 16

October 24, 2022

Stories of impact are popping up all over the country. God is on the move in unique ways like never before. As the Church emerges in this next season we must model what it means to be leaders who understand the seasons and times. In this episode you will hear about one man’s journey towards mission. Have you ever found yourself wondering how to live on mission in the workplace or how to find purpose in your business as a Christian? Be inspired to consider the possibilities and walk away with a tangible next step in your context.

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Church leaders are struggling to find ways to fund their ministries. With the decline of tithes and offerings, the church is at a crossroads. Unfortunately, due to the overwhelming stress of financial hardship, many churches have been forced to close their doors and many pastors have left the pulpit altogether.

An even greater number of Christians find it hard to connect the mission of God into the marketplace. These everyday Christians who truly love Jesus want to live out the mission of God and see transformation in their workplaces and businesses. However, many feel unequipped, even defeated.

The Business Made Missional series will uncover what leaders are doing to identify various streams of income and lean into the mission of God by envisioning themselves as entrepreneurial missionaries. Every church member, missionary, and leader can do something to see the mission of God fully funded and unleashed.

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To watch the conversation, visit https://mult-archive.em02.enthusiastinc.net/event/investment-as-mission/

Chris Brooks

Chris Brooks

Dr. Christopher Brooks is the proud son of a Jamaican mother and an American father. With a strong reputation as a results-oriented leader, Chris enjoyed a diverse 25-year career serving as an executive, educator, and change agent. He held leadership roles in several nonprofit organizations and served as a professor at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. As a professor he built 10 brand new courses and led academic learning trips to urban neighborhoods, both within the United States and in developing nations. His chief passion is the intersection of faith, race, and economics, and he has focused his research and work on advocating for individuals, families, and communities caught in the vicious cycle of generational poverty. Chris is a co-founder and managing partner at Brown Venture Group, a venture studio focused on BIPOC technology entrepreneurs and the companies they start: investing in brown success.
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