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The Social Entrepreneur

by The Asbury Project

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 162824237X, Paperback)

In the Western world, there has long been a divide between the Church and the Marketplace. The ethos of one scarcely has influenced the other. It is out of a desire to close this gap that this project has germinated.

The Social Entrepreneur was written in the hopes to inspire a new normal: one in which the church and the marketplace come together for a common mission. This practical guidebook invites readers to explore the Wesleyan theological foundations for social entrepreneurship, as well as the necessary steps to move a business idea from conception to reality. It is our hope that readers will develop a clearer understanding of how business activity can be leveraged to fulfill the biblical mandate to transform the world.

Designed for and written by both professionals and pastors, this book is a must-read for all those who endeavor to integrate their faith in the field.

(retrieved from Amazon Tue, 26 Jan 2016 17:24:07 -0500)

The Social Entrepreneur was written in the hopes to inspire a new normal: one in which the church and the marketplace come together for a common mission.

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