Podcast – Starting A Business

Part of what we want to do here is educate people on how businesses start, how to get started if you’re an entrepreneur and seeking the Lord’s favor in our work. This discussion covers the preliminary aspects of getting started, such as knowing your skills, weighing risks, time and effort, and connecting with God. We want to encourage the growth and development of great ideas and facilitate a way to remain accountable to our purpose as Christians.

A couple of resources we mention in the podcast that we wanted to add here. One was Chris Guillebeau’s website. The other is the Chazown assessment.

As always, we have fun with our discussions and keep them casual. Sorry for the long intro, as Trent enjoys music too much and adding it to our broadcast. We would love for you wonderful listeners to provide feedback and ask any questions you have. If you do, we will start highlighting feedback and questions on our next episodes. So take to the comment section below and offer your thoughts!

 

Music: Kalai “Noon Day”

Podcast – Roundtable Discussion: Denver Baker

This week we discuss a controversial and threatening topic for Christian business professionals. We do discuss same-sex marriage, and while we disagree with homosexuality as Christians, we are not discussing this issue to bash that lifestyle. We are simply talking about this topic/story because it affects all of us and could limit our ability to be free in religion and business. Once you’ve heard our discussion, we encourage you to head over to our forum and provide your opinion here.

 

Music: Caspian “Moksha” 

Podcast – Stephanie Hinderer, Red Letter Paper Co.

Stephanie Hinderer is the owner of a 3-year old business, Red Letter Paper Co. She’s an experienced newspaper designer, but decided to go into business selling her own cards. Why? Well, when you see a need for simpler, more unique cards with a Christian message, you sit down to design and sell them on your own. Stephanie also wanted a subtle way to slip Christ into everyone’s life, since she isn’t an “in your face” type person. You can find Red Letter Paper Co. online at two locations: www.redletterpaperco.com and on Etsy.

 

Music: Josh Garrels “Farther Along”