Faith in Business has launched a research project on Christian Entrepreneurship.
Stimulating enterprise is one of the key ways in which Christian faith can be a ‘power for good’ in the global economy. Entrepreneurship should be encouraged in the church as a noble vocation, but it doesn’t always feel like that to aspiring entrepreneurs.
Kina Robertshaw, a retail entrepreneur from Zambia who recently completed a degree at Ridley, shares a passionate conviction about this with Faith in Business Director Richard Higginson. She is spearheading a project entailing interviews with 50 Christian entrepreneurs, exploring their motivations, challenges, temptations and satisfactions. These entrepreneurs come from many different sectors of business life. After analysing the results, she and Richard hope to develop this into a book for publication.
If you're a Christian entrepreneur who set up your own business and would like to be interviewed, please let us know.