Category Archives: English Books
“I’m excited about Faith Driven Entrepreneur. Anyone who is following the example of their creator God can find echoes of their work in this book.” ―Lecrae
Entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey. But it doesn’t need to be. God has a purpose and a plan for all those entrepreneurial dreams and creative gifts he gave you. (more…)
Cultural instability. Family breakdown. Social media ranting. Unchecked narcissism. The only way to fight against this toxic atmosphere of our world today is through character. By living out kingdom values rather than merely virtue signaling (trying to appear like we care about all the right things), we can rise up and model what the world needs to see.
But kingdom values aren’t just something we embrace to improve (more…)
There’s no such thing as business ethics. How can that be? Because a single standard applies to both your business and personal life-and it’s one we all know and trust: the Golden Rule. Now bestselling author John C. Maxwell shows you how this revered ideal works everywhere, and how, especially in business, it brings amazing dividends. There’s No Such Thing As “Business” Ethics offers: (more…)
Christians have likely been struggling with the place of business in the life of faith ever since Paul’s days as a tentmaker. Just how do the spheres of private devotion and public business intersect in a meaningful way? Paul Stevens has been exploring this question since his earliest working days in his father’s steel business. His Doing God’s Business tells how readers can find lasting and satisfying meaning for marketplace involvement in the light of the Christian (more…)
Kingdom Business will change your life and ministry. Alistair Whitmoor-Pryer is a living example of how someone can tap into God’s creative nature to release finance for the Kingdom. Whether you’re a Christian or non-Christian, man, woman or child, this book is a must!
Alistair Whitmoor-Pryer has been called to speak to men and women of this generation regarding the area of financial freedom,and God (more…)
Does faith have any hope to offer a global economy beset by debt and crisis?
Richard Higginson argues that, rightly understood and applied, faith can be an enormous power for good – stimulating enterprise, reducing poverty, promoting integrity, ensuring sustainability and making disciples.
This ground-breaking book will help business men and (more…)
At the heart of the Universe opens up God’s great purpose for us and our world, focusing on the End towards which God has been working throughout history and is still working today. In doing so, Peter Jensen sheds light on the main aspects of Christian belief, showing how they fit together as one dynamic whole, and how they relate to us and our culture at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
For most people, the idea of laboring in God’s vineyard means volunteering at church or taking a missions trip. The workaday world doesn’t count. According to author Vera Jackson, however, this concept needs to change. Everyday jobs are not only a way that God blesses believers, but actually part of his divine plan to expand his kingdom. Packed with examples, real-life stories, and practical tips, this book helps readers grow in righteousness while reaching the lost. (more…)
Who says that your beliefs and your business cannot make a compatible and profitable relationship? Certainly not Linda Rios Brook. She is living proof that Christian integrity can flourish in the midst of the cut-throat politics of corporate America. She survived more that 25 years in network television as a president of local affiliates. Over the years, she found and maintained the inside track of staying true to the Lord and applying righteous, Godly principles in her work. (more…)
“You were created for one purpose: live your life for God’s glory. You need no further special call. You have been created uniquely to do this uniquely, so work out what you’re passionate about, good at, and fit for, and go do it.” — Andrew Scott
In Scatter, missions innovator Andrew Scott sounds a call for a new era of missions, one that uses the global marketplace for gospel growth and sees every Christian — engineer, baker, pastor, or other — as God’s global image bearer. (more…)
* Lead Like It Matters is a completely revised and updated version of the book previously published as How Churches and Leaders Can Get It and Keep It. *
Discover the secret to igniting a life-giving, soul-transforming, people-inspiring movement in your organization, church, or ministry – and the trick to keeping the momentum going. In Lead Like It Matters , New York Times (more…)
The Best Leaders Rely on God
No matter where you lead, the qualities that make a great leader are the you should be humble, selfless, honest, collaborative, and teachable. Most of all, you should recognize Jesus as the gold standard of leadership and make your relationship with God your top priority. (more…)