Biblical Entrepreneurship FACILITATED by the NEHEMIAH Project & BE Global

What is Biblical Entrepreneurship?

The Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Course is a three-part comprehensive business discipleship curriculum for business owners, church leaders, community leaders, and individuals desiring to start and operate a business as well be better stewards of God's resources. These courses provide a strong mix of core business concepts and Biblical principals. All three courses are designed to be completed within one year.

Our Global Conference Nehemiah Week 2016

Our Courses

BE I: Principles

Provides a strong mix of core business concepts and biblical principles. BE I is a 16 and 1/2 hour course designed to assist students to enhance their current business or start a new business that glorifies the Lord and meets market needs.

Topics Addressed

  1. Introduction to Biblical Entrepreneurship
  2. BE Attitude
  3. BE Characteristics
  4. Identifying Opportunities
  5. How to take Calculated Risks
  6. How to Solve Problems
  7. Understanding Biblical Stewardship
  8. What is Biblical Profit
  9. The Responsibilities of a Biblical Entrepreneur

Class Formats: Live | Virtual

BE II: Practices

The second level of BE provides a strong mix of core business concepts and biblical principles. It is an 18-36 hour course designed to assist students in developing an understanding of practical “Mini MBA” principles as they relate to the Word of God.

Topics Addressed

  1. Biblical Economics
  2. Clarifying Your Business Idea
  3. Inventions & the Biblical Entrepreneur
  4. Counting the Cost
  5. Understanding the Business Plan
  6. Understanding Financial Statements
  7. BE Marketing & Sales
  8. Meeting Marketing Needs
  9. How to Perform Market Research
  10. Organizing Your Business
  11. Registering Your Business
  12. Biblical Management
  13. Financing Your Business
  14. Operational Plan
  15. Strategic Plan
  16. Execution of the Plan

Class Formats: Live | Virtual

*Students can participate in BE II after completing BE I

BE III: Planning

The third and final course in the Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program assists students in writing a clear vision. It is a 36 hour course (16 hours of live class time, 16 online coaching) that challenges and guides students to produce a blueprint for their Kingdom business.

Topics Addressed

  1. Operational Plan
  2. Strategic Plan
  3. Execution of the Plan

Class Formats: Live | Virtual**

*Students may participate in BE III after completing BE I & II

**Virtual class format is for online coaching only

Purpose & Profitability I: Principles

Purpose and Profitability I – Principles of Entrepreneurship Success is a business training for entrepreneurs who want to know how to succeed by utilizing value-based business principles. The course is designed to encourage innovation and industry rooted in ethical values for the common good. The course can be presented in any setting, such as corporations, small businesses, and entrepreneurial membership groups, and is designed to encourage innovative thinking. It is ideal for organizations seeking to encourage an entrepreneurial mindset.

Purpose and Profitability makes the case that good and lasting businesses must be built not just for the benefit of one individual or a small few, but for the benefit of all, including consumers, suppliers, employees and the community at large. Businesses can be a catalyst to transform communities and nations while serving as the engine of the economy.

Throughout the course, quotes from well-respected politicians, educators, business, and spiritual leaders support each of the principles. Stories of real-life entrepreneurs and how they applied these principles will challenge you to consider how to do the same in your organization.

Purpose and Profitability can be taught in 16 to 32 hours for small to medium size businesses or to employees who desire to learn how to be more entrepreneurial and value-focused in their jobs.

Topics Addressed

  1. Entrepreneurship with a Purpose
  2. Characteristics of a Successful Entrepreneur
  3. Attitude of a Successful Entrepreneur
  4. Identifying Opportunities
  5. Taking Calculated Risks
  6. Problem Solving
  7. Business Stewardship
  8. Multiple Bottom Line Profitability
  9. Entrepreneur: The Engine of the Economy

Class Formats: Live | Virtual

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Kampala, Uganda

Our Global Footprint

BE I, II & Teacher Certification - Ohio, USA
BE I & II - Uganda
BE I, II, III & Teacher Certification - London
BE I: Zambia
BE I & II: Scotland

Our Global Team

Our team is a diverse multinational group of leaders that are well rounded and consists of business owners, financial advisors and pastors who represent multiple generations. Our team, with the word of God, their life experiences and the principles of Biblical Entrepreneurship will equip you and your team to pursue God's plans and purposes at a higher level.

Theresa Gregory

Theresa Gregory is a successful global entrepreneur closely involved in direct sales and marketing for over 40 years. She began in the industry as a young women and quickly ascertained the importance of entrepreneurism and creative wealth upon discovering that her present, part-time, income was more than that of her full time working peers. Her mission is to connect and train the next generation of global leaders to succeed and persevere in the current economy. Theresa’s love and zeal for people has, to date, taken her from the depths of African jungles to the interiors of presidential offices. Blessed with a mantle to produce wealth, deep motivation, and an eye for activating individuals in purpose and destiny, her organizations have touched every major continent. Theresa is currently conducting business for an international company with a presence in over 120 countries. Her mission is to connect and train the next generation of global leaders to succeed and persevere in the current economy.

Donald Matolyak

Donald Matolyak has over 30 years of full time pastoral ministry experience. Currently, Don serves as a regional coordinator for the My Hope Project for the Billy Graham Evangelical Association. In addition to graduating from Valley Forge Christian College in Phoenixville, PA, Don holds a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri.

Jeff & Karen Davidson

Jeff Davidson has over 21 years experience in the financial field, a degree in finance from Kent State University, and previous involvement as a regional trainer for a Fortune 500 company, Jeff has been equipped to successfully address the many varied challenges that most businesses face today. Currently, Jeff co-manages non-profit projects for TNCL™(Touching Nations, Changing Lives) in the United States, Uganda & Honduras Jeff is a deacon in his home church. He and his wife, Karen, have two children. Karen Davidson serves as administrator for the BE Global team. Over the past ten years, she has been an administrator for two different corporations. Through her experiences, both in the United States and internationally, she sees a need for businesses to change how they operate on a day to day basis.

Joshua Shaw

Joshua Shaw has 15 years of full time ministry and has served as a youth, children's and executive pastor. He has worked and consulted in both small and large churches and is a gifted leader. He has a passion for the Gospel and developing individuals to pursue the plans and purposes for their lives. Joshua currently manages non-profit projects for TNCL™(Touching Nations, Changing Lives) in the United States, Uganda & Honduras. He is also conducting business for an international company that has a presence in over 120 countries. He and his wife, Carissa, have been married for 12 years and have one daughter named Willow.

Joab Sonko

Uganda, Africa

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Godfrey Tinka

Uganda, Africa

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UK Teaching Team

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