What would it be like if the best Christian asset managers, fund managers, investors, and entrepreneurs consistently gave attention to nation-to-nation, continent-to-continent investments that solved problems their Father cared about? Brett Johnson explores how money can actually "buy love" by supplying the things our brothers and sisters need today that will cause them to thank God for love made tangible.
An entrepreneur in the cosmetic and medical product manufacturing space, Kerryne offers a few practical examples of how Christians in business can make a tangible contribution to the social justice landscape in South Africa.
As an American entrepreneur living in Africa for almost 20 years, Rodger explains why it is so important to transition from an informed observer to an active participant, in order to successfully impact another cultural community.
While the false mandate of maximizing shareholder value has given some owners fabulous returns, it has also destroyed communities, decimated the natural environment, and eroded the moral fabric of society. Brett argues that God has a world-blessing mandate for his marketplace ministers - rooted in the Hebrew concept of 'the household'.