LNP20 | Urbanomics: How to Fund an Inner City Mission

Leadership Network Podcast | Episode 20

October 24, 2022

Inner cities have been left behind, neglected, and underserved. But there are still leaders incarnating and making a tangible difference. In order to keep the church doors open, many inner city church leaders are using creative and innovative methods to fund the kingdom dream God has for them and their communities. In this episode, you will learn best practices for funding the inner city work that God may be calling you to.

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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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Bryant Lee

Bryant Lee

Bryant provides coaching and counsel to pastors and non-profit leaders throughout the nation. Pastor Lee has served on a number of boards serving locally and nationally to spread the gospel. Bryant resides in Humble, Texas, with his wife of 32 years Dell (Joseph) Lee; they have two sons, Bryant Jr., and  Joshua, who is currently serving in the military. They also have two daughters, Brionna and Kalyn, and are proud grandparents to Jasyn, Josh Jr., and Xavier.
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Edward Robinson

Edward Robinson

Edward Robinson is a husband, father, pastor and economic theologian. Edward began his pastoral ministry at Epiphany Camden in New Jersey where he developed a passion for urban church economics. In accordance with the blend of his two passions, Edward holds a B.S. in biblical studies and a master’s in business administration (MBA). He now serves as the teaching pastor of Portico Church in Charlottesville, VA.
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