Local churches should engage in ethical businesses to promote positive changes in community
Prominent American preacher and founder of Potter House Church, Bishop Thomas Dexter Jakes, has urged local churches to engage in ethical businesses in order to promote positive changes in their communities.
Said Bishop Jakes
Furthermore, he (Jesus) used his boat to preach the first message down the river bank and it was Peter’s business which heralded them from place to place throughout the storms and crisis. He had a tax collector named Matthew who also sat on the board with him. He also associated with Luke the physician.Feedback
So you don’t see rabbis at the table. He said I will make you preachers but he benefited from having men on the inside who knew how to handle taxes, knew how to deal with various types of leadership.
We have the power, the glory and the anointing as a church. But often that power it’s just potential because we don’t wrap it in the kind of business principles that would make the church effective in changing the world, changing the city and changing the nation.
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And I want to challenge the religious leaders here in this country, we evolve as faith leaders to a broader perspective of faith that cares for people that we save beyond the point they are saved.
To getting them employed, getting them empowered, teaching them life skills, being a voice to the voiceless.
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