Capital for the Underserved – by Melissa Lo

(Summary of The Kingdom Summit 2015 session by Melissa Lo) MICRO-FINANCING A story Namoli owns 10 acres of land but only two acres of it are productive. She grows corn on these two acres and every three months she manages to eke out $500. 80% of her land sits idle because she does not have the finance to get workers …

Ethics in Business – by Cliff Stewart

(Summary of The Kingdom Summit 2015 session by Cliff Stewart) If we run a business ‘humbly’ and we don’t make much profit, can we say that is because we are running an ethical business? No. What if our business uplifts the community in many ways but engages in shady dealings on the side? Is that ethical? No. What if we …

Ethics in Business: The Impact of Corruption – by Mark Arendse

(Summary of The Kingdom Summit 2015 session by Mark Arendse) CORRUPTION: The definition of corruption according to Transparency International is ‘the abuse of entrusted power for profit or gain’. Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, defines corruption as ‘the abuse of bestowed power or the position to acquire personal benefit as a result of that can be’. And the corruption can include …

Need for a deeper understanding of God’s word – by Natchi Lazarus

THE TEMPLE In order to understand the relevance of God’s Word in the workplace, let’s look at a Scripture portion that talks about the two pillars of the temple of God. At the outset, let’s clarify what the temple of God is in the New Testament. 2 Corinthians 6:16 says, ‘And what agreement has the temple of God with idols? …

Kingdom Culture In Business – by Teju Ajani

(Summary of The Kingdom Summit 2014 Session by Teju Ajani) KINGDOM CULTURE IN BUSINESS Here are some steps that we can follow in order to infuse Kingdom culture in our startups or existing businesses IDENTIFY At the outset, we must identify and set out our vision. Habakkuk 2:2 says, ‘Then the Lord answered me and said: “Write the vision and make it plain on …