Repurposing Business Foundations
What you'll learn
- Connect the dots between God and Business
- Get the link between God's story and businesspeople
- Obliterate the false distinction between work and ministry
- Figure out keys to work-life integration
- All you need is a curiosity about whether God + business mix
This course will help you explore the connection between your work and God's work from the beginning of time through today. It will lay a foundation for discovering your work as worship, your career as a calling, and your business as ministry. You will feel good about your work as you get the connection between your labor and God's work. Barriers between the so-called "secular" and "sacred" will begin to crumble.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 15 lectures and and approximately an hours worth of content!
A fresh perspective of Business as Ministry
Exposure to thought provoking and challenging questions
The breaking down of false dichotomies between the "secular" and "sacred"
New and fresh motivation at work as you begin to see it as a form of worship
The opportunity to further explore this topic of Business and Missions in greater detail
What is the target audience?
Anyone who works
Those struggling to find motivation, purpose and meaning at work
Christians who are wrestling with how to integrate their faith with their work in meaningful and practical ways.
Anyone who wants to know more about Marketplace ministry or Business as Missions.
People who want to have an impact through their work
This class is a prerequisite for the Repurposing Business training from The Institute.
Who this course is for:
- Those seeking greater purpose at work
- People wanting to make the connection between their careers and their callings
- Business owners who want their companies to stand for more than just "the bottom line"
- Those wrestling with "the great resignation" and the meaning of work
Brett Johnson is the founder of The Institute for Innovation, Integration & Impact, Inc. Passionate about the abolition of dichotomy—eradicating the false barriers between facets of life, Brett is particularly interested in removing the barrier between the so-called secular and sacred. A chartered accountant, writer, father and social entrepreneur, Brett is dedicated to societal transformation through business and leadership development. Brett has over forty years of experience with leading public accounting and management consulting firms. He and the team at The Institute have repurposed hundreds of corporations, working extensively with executive groups within businesses, NGOs and international charities, helping them dream new futures, and align around a common purpose. A South African native, Brett lived in Silicon Valley with his family for over 30 years and is now based between Chattanooga and Cape Town. Brett has authored 16 books.