Listen to inspiring discussions of how your peers have embraced their marketplace calling and continue to seek ways to steward their faith and work toward righteousness.
What to Listen to
Be inspired by discussions with business leaders who have embraced their marketplace calling and continue to seek ways to steward what God has given them.
Dr Irene Banda
August 7, 2023
Ways to Support Women in the African Marketplace
Keri-Leigh Paschal is joined by Dr Irene Banda to discuss how to support women in the entrepreneurial space. They unpack the challenges faced by women in both corporate and community environments, and emphasise the importance of creating safe spaces for women to be heard, and providing them with tools and training to develop long-term sustainable businesses.
In this dynamic online discussion, Yemi Faseun, Cynthia Nyamai, Sammy Rabolele, and Sibs Sibanda get practical as they explore how to use our businesses as powerful instruments for promoting justice in society.
Rorisang Tshabalala, Adelaide Cupido, Rev. Dr Dennis Tongoi & Rodger Schmidt
June 3, 2023
At the Lake: Worldviews and the Gospel
In this At the Lake discussion, Rorisang Tshabalala, Adelaide Cupido, Rodger Schmidt, and Dr Dennis Tongoi discuss how culture shapes our worldview and how the Gospel can help us navigate differences that arise when cultures collide. They share their experiences and offer practical advice on building healthy relationships based on Biblical truth.
This podcast dives deep into the topic of Biblical Accountability. As the Bible makes it clear, God wants us to embrace accountability in our lives in order to grow. Listen in to this “At the Lake” discussion with Pieter Faure, Winnie Njenga, Joey Mongalo, and Muyiwa Bamgbose, as they explore the concept of healthy accountability and turn the old topic of Biblical Accountability on its head.
May 15, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 10: Be Intentional and Systematic
In this episode Themba Mashaba, the Managing Director of Startup Africa Magazine and founder of Little Big Ideas shares the story of his entrepreneurial journey, from his failed software iTrack to the creation of Startup Africa and Little Big Ideas. He discusses the importance of being intentional and systematic in building anything worthwhile, and explains how his businesses aim to address social injustice by creating equal opportunities for all.
May 8, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 9: Social Justice and the Supply Chain
Kerryne Krause, CEO of eyeSlices, a multinational brand, chats to Sibs Sibanda about how Christians in business can make a tangible contribution to the social justice landscape around them. Be inspired to aim for transformation over compliance because every redemptive action has a knock-on effect as God empowers you with creativity and wisdom to address social justice issues.
May 2, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 8: Develop Incarnational Models
Renier Keyser sheds light on the concept of incarnational communication and how it originated in the field of Christian missiology in the 1970s. He explains that this approach involves learning about other cultures and ways of doing things to effectively communicate with people from different backgrounds. Keyser emphasises the importance of a direct line of communication between employees and management and how to open up management’s willingness to listen, hear, and act on bottom-up information.
Nissi Nsikak Ekpott
April 24, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 7: Share Knowledge and Skills
Nissi Ekpott, the CEO of Bizconnect Africa talks about how justice should not be an add-on but a lifestyle for businesses. He shares his passion for developing Africa through for-profit projects and social initiatives. Ekpott also gives five principles for achieving multi-generational impact through business and how it can bring social justice by empowering people to become self-sufficient.
April 17, 2023
Business & Justice Ep 6: Treat Employees Fairly
Yemi Faseun talks about social justice in the workplace. Do businesses have a role to play in promoting social justice? According to Yemi, the founder and chief talent officer at YF Talent Partners, treating employees fairly is crucial for expanding God's kingdom and establishing justice in society. Yemi stresses that businesses should prioritise the well-being of their employees and ensure their satisfaction and growth, as they are the key to promoting social justice.
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