Category Archives: Christianpreneur

A Faithtastic Investment — Venture Faith

Venture capital is money invested in upstart, high-potential, high-risk businesses. Venture faith is an investment of trust and obedience in Spirit-led ventures, even when they appear to be very high-risk. Venture faith always produces great spiritual adventure — never religious … Continue reading

Posted in bored in church, boredom, Christianity, Christianitypreneur, Christianpreneur, faith-based, faithtastic, high risk investment, high-potential, riches, Spirit-led, spiritual adventure, spiritual innovation, venture capital definition, venture faith | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

What is church? 1) A place where people passively sit in chairs? Or 2) A gathering where everyone shares? (See the Bible’s answer @ I Corinthians 14:26.)

Here’s a one question quiz:  What is church? 1) A place where people passively sit in chairs? Or 2) A gathering where everyone shares? (See the Bible’s answer @ I Corinthians 14:26.) I want to be a Christianitypreneur (I made … Continue reading

Posted in American church, Berry Street, Berry Street Worship Center, Bible, children of God, Christ, Christ-centered, Christian, Christian community, Christianitypreneur, Christianpreneur, Christpreneur, church, church history, church structure, disciple making, discipling, early church, God's government, I Corinthians 14:26, Jesus Christ, kingdom of God, Music City, Nashville, non-traditional church, organic church, participatory church, praise and worship, prayer, presence of God, religion, simple church, spiritual, spiritual formation, spiritual growth, Uncategorized, worship | Tagged , , , , , , , | 4 Comments