Business Mission

Both pioneers of commerce and culture Christianity should be inseparable. Can Christianity and commerce work together to create transformation? What happens you incorporate the objective of world evangelization and company profits? Ken Crowell, creator of Galtronics, had a vision at 1978 to attend a place where there was little or no Christian witness, to provide employment to people and non people in a secure working environment, and to encourage the construction of an area church. Galtronics is a global leader in wireless antenna solutions and the biggest employer in Israel today. An increasing number of evangelicals think that a paradigm called Business as Mission may create opportunities for Christianity and commerce to work side by side. 

Business as Mission seeks to integrate for gain company of making disciples of all nations, with the mission. Does BAM exist to efficiently support assignments, but the very individuals in the business is the goal for ministry including: employees, customers, company partners, vendors, etc. BAM A Working Definition – According to BAM entrepreneurs, Business as Mission ventures has four main elements: Production of a business entity minded. The company has sustainability and profitability as an objective. The company exists to advance the gospel among unreached peoples of the world. The company is socially responsible, meaning it doesn’t profit at any cost. 

If our objective as the Church is to end the Great Commission by involving the unreached peoples of the world, then we rapidly understand that majority of those peoples live in nations closed to missionaries and at the poorest nations of the world. Which implies that we must continually find creative ways of getting into these nations and engaging these peoples. One creative approach is thru kingdom minded evangelicalism Christian entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs can go anyplace at the world provided a legitimate, sustainable for gain company can be developed in that area. Historically local people and authorities are receptive to new companies that may employ their people and having the long-term potential to bring new capital in their economy. 

We don’t have to look very difficult to discover that all of the world is at need of basic social services. 50% of the worlds growing population of 6.5 billion people live in lower income {2.3 billion people living on less than $2 day, and 1.2 billion on less than $1 day}. One out of five human being on the earth doesn’t have access to the basic social services of healthcare, education, secure drinking water, and adequate nutrition. Over 3 billion individuals would be denied the freedom to even teach ideas, much less have an opportunity to pursue education.