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Having a business with intentionality allows opportunities to exercise digital discipleship principles

Businesses are often able to contribute in very meaningful ways to digital discipleship. As a creative or techie you may do contract work or project management for your clients. In doing this, you may be looking for ways to make meaningful contributions with your skills in order to do the greatest work of all: tell people the compelling story of Jesus.

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Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.

Colossians 3:23

As a business owner, digital discipleship is an extension of your own experience with discipleship. How does your experience with living a life of discipleship impact your role as a business owner?

How does your life of discipleship impact how you create, interact with people in the online space, conduct transactions and provide support to clients and customers as a business owner?

The way you answer these questions can give you a starting point in your digital discipleship journey as a business owner.

Learn more about “What Digital Discipleship Means for You as a Business Owner”

Do you want to learn how to:

  • Understand how to incorporate digital discipleship principles into your business
  • Find the balance of pursuing financial success while also being intentional in making an impact in your business.
  • Help the local church through the ministry of your business

We’ve created a resource to help you identify some ways you can practice digital discipleship in your business.

10 Ways to Practice Digital Discipleship in Your Business

In this guide you’ll learn how to understand ways to live out digital discipleship principles in your business, assess the financial versus the spiritual impact of your business and identify opportunities to use your skills to further the ministry of God’s kingdom.