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Christian Entrepreneurship, Blessing The Kingdom of God




Article by  Nachae’ Jones

During a time of worship God began to highlight many key components of business that can either cause our vision to become blessed or cursed.

Philippians 2:4 (NKJV): “Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others.”

1. We worship God when we offer loving and compassionate customer service.

Owning or operating a business can be tedious, sometimes causing individuals to take the heat for something they haven’t done. It is through such situations that individuals are able to recognize that we are His disciples through the love we share (John 13:35). Taking the initiative to fix things that have caused tension between business and clients can be a major factor that affects a company’s reputation. When business owners become so concerned with the state of the brethren, they set the foundation for them to witness the heartbeat of God, turning customer service into a form of evangelism.

Proverbs 10:9 (NKJV): “He who walks with integrity walks securely, But he who perverts his ways will become known.”

2. We worship God in our ability to stay true to the Word and Vision of God.

As many of us know, the integrity of a business is a direct reflection of its President and board members. God has allowed us to witness the declaration made by Christian businesses such as Chick-fil-a and Hobby Lobby. The negative feedback and backlash these companies have to face are real, however,God continues to show His hand strong as they remain leading trailblazers in national and international business.

Luke 6:38 (NKJV): “Give, and it will be given to you good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you.”

3. We worship God through our giving.

As a Believer or non-Believer, sometimes one of the most difficult things there is to do is to give in our finances. Mark 10:25 doesn’t describe the difficulty of a rich man getting into Heaven because financial inheritance is bad, but because God recognizes the stronghold of the mammon god. Being faithful in tithes, offering, alms, and any other initiative made by God allows Him to protect us and our assets from the devourer. This keeps intentions of the Believer pure and the mammon god under the feet of the Christian entrepreneur. I always find it interesting how even non-Believers master the principle of charity, working the Kingdom law of sowing and reaping. God’s charge for us to operate as a people who are happier to give than receive (Acts 20:35) releases a spiritual harvest for those that have sown on good ground. When other businesses are crumbling during global shifting, God’s covering will allow His businesses to both obtain and sustain financial increase.

James 2:26 (NKJV): “For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.”

4. We worship God through our ability to act upon His Word.

So many people, in the world and in the Kingdom alike are looking for a people who will receive and run with the vision of God. When healthy ambition and mature zeal comes together in the life of a Believer, they are able to achieve the very thing they are able to perceive. A business that implements its plans and structures has potential to break the mold of individuals being disappointed by empty promises.

Galatians 6:9 (NKJV): “And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart.”

5. We worship God with faithfulness to our business or assignment in the marketplace.

Role models are made by individuals who are humbled enough to not despise small beginnings as they offer worship of thankfulness (Zechariah 4:10). Regardless of the level of success or fame, witnessing a devoted CEO strengthens the faith of another. God has given each of us something to do and sometimes we tend to fall victim to uncertainty. When an individual is faithful to God they can be faithful to their business and/or organization, and thus the people benefit from a consistent blessing.


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Nachae’, born in Philadelphia, PA always had a heart and appreciation for art and creativity. However, she decided to pursue higher education at Spelman College in Psychology and Philosophy. While her aspirations were to secure a career in corporate America, she was willing to exchange her personal desires for the divine call of God. After graduating from college, God created an opportunity for her to gain a job as a professional photographer, specializing in Children Photography. When clients and the demand for her artistic pieces began to grow, Nachae’ launched Rhèma Word Photography, LLC as her gift and passion for photography enabled the Word of God to spread in an unconventional way by avenues of art.  

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