Profitable Christian Connections on LinkedIn

Updated: Dec 24, 2020



My mom is my biggest fan on social media. She likes shares and comments on all my posts. Although I know she's my mom, and she had biased towards me, it still encourages me to keep inspiring others through my posts.


My mom's not on LinkedIn, but there are a few connections I have that encourage me and keep me focused on producing great content and continuing to engage on LinkedIn.


Our best qualities as Christian entrepreneurs will surface in the presence of good, godly connections. When you are around other Godpreneurs who are industrious and focused, don’t you find yourself more inclined to work hard for the Kingdom? It’s easy to get excited about an upcoming product launch when you mastermind with a God-First creative group and can visualize where you are going. Connections on LinkedIn can bring you up or take you down, so surround yourself with other Christians who push you to be better.


The Bible says


"And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near." (Hebrews 10:24-25)

When you purpose to connect with other Christians on LinkedIn, you'll be building relationships with business people who recognize your true capabilities and believe in you. So, value the relationships that generate God-inspired energy and enthusiasm towards your entrepreneurial dreams and goals.


Good, godly entrepreneurs are not easy to find on LinkedIn, especially ones who are active on the platform. We have to seek it out and become part of the few so that together, we can make an impact.


I formed a Christian Entrepreneur's group (Godpreneur group) on LinkedIn. Come on in and develop business relationships that encourage you, that motivates you and that celebrate you – it's a group I pray will be truly rich in business wisdom for you!




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