In a recent post, I asked “Are you a redemptive entrepreneur?” I concluded the post by asking: “Who are your traveling companions? Where you finding resources for the journey of redemptive entrepreneurship?”
Here are five organizations carrying the torch of redemptive entrepreneurship, connecting people and giving them “food for the journey.”
C12 Group – “Founded in 1992 by Buck Jacobs in Tampa, Florida, C12 has grown from three local Peer Advisory Groups to the nation’s largest network of Christian CEOs, business owners, and executives. C12 is a leader in the movement of God in and through the marketplace. Located in major metro areas across the United States, The C12 Group serves businesses with 10 to 10,000+ employees and annual revenues ranging from $2 million to $2 billion+.”
Truth at Work – “Truth At Work is one of America’s leading and fastest growing marketplace ministries. Since 1998, we have developed products, programs, and services to serve thousands of Christian business and marketplace leaders: (1) Build and lead their companies and organizations on proven biblical principles and practices. (2) Grow personally, professionally, and spiritually. (3) Transform the marketplace for Christ. (4) Fulfill God’s calling upon their lives at work and at home.”
Praxis Labs – “Praxis is a creative engine for redemptive entrepreneurship, supporting founders, funders, and innovators motivated by their faith to renew culture and love their neighbors.”
Jordan Raynor and Co. – “We help Christians do their most exceptional work for the glory of God and the good of others.” Among their services is the Community for Redemptive Entrepreneurs, of which I am a member.
Faith in Business – Based in Cambridge, England, “[Faith in Business] began life [in 1989]as the God on Monday project, fuelled by the conviction that God is as interested as work on Monday as worship on Sunday. The core concerns have remained the same for over three decades: to encourage and equip Christians to be faithful disciples in their workplace and to work out a coherent Christian perspective on topical business issues.” Faith in Business is now led by Peter Heslam, who is also one of the leaders of Transforming Business.
So, there is no lack of organizations and content for redemptive entrepreneurs. It’s just a matter of continuing to spread the word.