Becoming a Godpreneur – Part 6: The Big Picture

Godpreneurs seek out how their businesses fit into God's bigger vision for the world.

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I’ve been helping entrepreneurs make logos and websites since 2002.  When I started my relationship with God in 2008, I struggled to see how websites were a part of God’s bigger vision for the world.

How were websites getting us any closer to heaven?

Then I started learning about purpose and identity, and how God changes our identity (rebranding) and gives us new vision when we are born again.  God is in the business of REBRANDING too!!!

Then my revelation it me: I’m supposed to help people find God’s vision for their life, what they were born to do, what God created them to fulfill in business, and I get the privilege to dress it up and let the world know.

Wow.

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We all have a vision that is part of God’s vision.  But what if we can’t see what that is?  We’ve become masters at separating the work side from our spiritual side.  We entrepreneurs are great at leading, taking charge, and (most of the times) not even bringing God into the decision making.

The world wants to DIVIDE. The enemy wants us to think that our vision is separate from God’s bigger vision, but that’s a lie.

The Bible says

Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies.

1 Corinthians 6:19‭-‬20 NIV

You and your business are not separate from God and his plan.

Just because you didn’t start a church or a non-profit doesn’t mean you aren’t a part of God’s vision.

The key is to start praying and asking God how your smaller vision is a part of his bigger vision.

For me, I want to help 10,000 entrepreneurs find their God-given identity, what they were born to do, and help them bring it to life!

We entrepreneurs have the ability to connect our vocation with God’s overall purpose and vision in the world.  We must seek how our law firm is part of his plan.  We must ask how our contractor business brings about God’s purposes here on earth.

Godpreneur Rule #46: Godpreneurs seek out how their businesses fit into God’s bigger vision for the world.

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