In Genesis 12 God comes to a business man named Abraham and makes him a promise to take him to an unknown land that is full of blessings, make him a great nation and bless many through him. Excited about the promise, Abraham obeys the Lord and leaves his country only taking his wife, a young nephew and his possessions. Several years later,
The economic crisis of the last two years has swept many individuals and kingdom business stewards’ hopes away. There are some who had plans to make great impact in the kingdom, some believed God to retire from one career so they could be repurposed in another area of ministry, and some planned to get out of debt.
The Conference theme is “Building Kingdom Businesses through Investment and International Trade”. NPIM Weekend activities include honoring various successful Christian business owners and leaders from around the world, a best practice business conference and a business plan competition.
Have you ever been a part of an organization where you did not know what was expected of you; how you were to be held accountable or the consequences of non-performance on your part? Have you ever been in a relationship where the terms were not clear and there was no exit strategy?
Press Release: On September 22nd to the 25th, 2011 we will honor local Christian entrepreneurs during our annual NPIM Weekend Conference. Some of the local entrepreneurs being honored include David Madore, US Digital ; Stuart Funke, Family Wealth Institute;