Month: May 2020

God Restores the Market Place

This blog by Mats Tunehag was published in November 2016, but it seems very relevant to our current environment. We continue to appreciate his contribution to the Kingdom of God and the BAM world. –Larry Sharp, Director of Training, IBEC Ventures larry.sharp@ibecventures.com —– The prospects were not good. Actually really bad, even disastrous. The city …

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How does Business, Faith and Education go together to make a better life in one of the world’s poorest countries?

Or does it? Yes, I saw it in action – in one of the poorest countries in Africa – Zimbabwe. We asked agricultural student, Anthony, “what is happening here at Ebenezer school – and why are you here?” It is always great when the respondent has a crystal-clear answer.  Without hesitation Anthony responded, “I have …

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Turning it Around – Looking at The Effect of the Environment on the Company

This is the first of a series by Mark Polet, to help bring people to an understanding that the most spiritually and materially impoverished people also face the most existential environmental challenges. Some BAM companies are already working in these environmentally challenged areas and may not be aware of the risks they face even to …

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How an IBEC board member plans to ‘break even’ in his business during the COVID-19 epidemic even without external help

I was intrigued recently when I learned how Jonathan Pascual was surviving the coronavirus crisis, on Atlanta’s (Georgia) east side. He and his wife have owned Taproom Coffee for six years and have nine employees in two locations. Why is it that he seems to have less stress than others in similar circumstances? Good Reputation …

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