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If America champions free enterprise, why the need for alternative economies?

If America champions free enterprise, why the need for alternative economies? ,

Unveiling The Power of Faith in Business In a world where the term free enterprise is often debated, the U.S. Christian Chamber of Commerce stands as a beacon, championing not…

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If America champions free enterprise, why the need for alternative economies?

Unveiling The Power of Faith in Business

In a world where the term free enterprise is often debated, the U.S. Christian Chamber of Commerce stands as a beacon, championing not just any economy, but a Freedom Economy grounded in Biblical principles. Our national conference in 2022, aptly themed “God’s Economy,” sparked crucial conversations. But the question arises: If America champions free enterprise, why the need for alternative economies? Is freedom in business limited to those who conform to a mainstream worldview, excluding those guided by Biblical truths?

A forum for bold faith

Our President’s Advisory Council recently delved into these questions, inspired by Lucas Miles’ book Woke Jesus. A standout moment was when advisory member Denise B. Lawrence, president at Denise B. Lawrence & Associates, LLC inquired about expressing bold faith.

Lucas’s reply was striking: “Boldness comes from zeal, knowledge and the Holy Spirit.” This profound statement underlines our commitment: to be bold, effective witnesses in the marketplace.

Embracing diversity in collaboration

On a recent Twitter Space event, David Ragsdale with Defeat the Mandates posed a powerful question: Can social conservatives collaborate with those of different beliefs?

The answer is a resounding yes, as long as the mission aligns.

Our Christian Chamber, rooted in the belief in Jesus Christ and a Biblical worldview, is about unity in Christ, not uniformity in denomination or politics. Like Jesus, who engaged with diverse individuals during his time on Earth, we too are called to be in the world, boldly sharing our faith, not isolating ourselves and lamenting about the state of the world.

Our mission is not just to observe, but to actively participate in shaping a world that reflects the love, integrity and compassion at the heart of our faith. This cannot be accomplished in isolation.

Navigating uncharted waters

The Christian Chamber Coalition is a testament to our commitment to help guide our members through these challenging times. The presidents of our member chambers are working to develop strategies to navigate these new economic landscapes while maintaining our faith, and we’ll be sharing them with you soon.

Upcoming Kingdom Business Education

You won’t want to miss our next major event, The Emerging Freedom Economy! Join us for our virtual Kingdom Business Education series Tuesday, Jan. 23, with Andrew Crapuchettes, a leading voice in the Freedom Economy. Andrew will also be sharing his insights at the U.S. Christian Business Expo and Global Conference in Orlando, April 18-20. The conference is supported by his company RedBalloon and it will empower and inspire you to be bold in your faith and business.

Join us in shaping God’s Economy

Your presence at these events is not just participation; it’s a step towards shaping a marketplace that honors Biblical values. Be a part of this transformative journey. Together, let’s strengthen Christian businesses, transform cities, and lead a God-driven movement in the marketplace.

For more information and to join the U.S. Christian Chamber of Commerce, visit our website. Embrace your faith boldly, collaborate effectively, and transform the world through Kingdom Commerce.

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