According to Biblical Principles

Winning in Business as a Christian

Fellowship. Learn. Share. Grow Your Business...

Forum 2019

Washington, DC

October 4th-5th


According to Biblical Principles

Fellowship. Learn. Share. Grow.

Hosea 4: 6

"My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge---."

Did you know most businesses fail for lack of proper advice and responsibility? Join a group that can help you with planning, leadership, differentiation, detecting and solving customer needs, learning from failure, management, finding capital, scaling, location choice, how to make profit, inventory management, financial management and much more.

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Remember the old saying, “Knowledge is power”. And this comes from information, descriptions, or skills, which is acquired through experience or education. So get information–


Lack of understanding and uncertainty can cause fear to never starting a business, or the failure of an existing business. But clarity, brings simplicity and simplicity leads to understanding.

Facts & Truth

Don’t believe everything you are hearing, reading or seeing. Get the facts and truth from honest and experienced Christian business men and women in order to make the right business decisions.

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Winning In Business

  • Business Planning

    One of the most common reasons why Businesses fail is because of the lack of short and long term planning. Do you have a business plan? Your plan should details where your business will be in the next few months and years. It should comprise measurable goals, how to achieve them, deadlines and the expected results which will take your business to the next level.

  • Leadership Failure

    The strength of the leadership of a Business determines the strength of the latter. Bad leadership destroys and make businesses fail. The leadership should be clever or skillful to make the right decisions for the benefits of business, including financial, services, products, advertisement, employee, policies… etc. A bad business leadership affects all areas of the enterprise. To avoid this, you must keep learning, studying, and connect with coaches/mentors to improve your leadership skills.

  • Brand Building

    Branding is more than your business’ name, logo and product. There are many other things to consider as well, such as reputation, advertising, customer service. Branding is important because not only is it what makes a memorable impression on consumers but it allows your customers and clients to know what to expect from your company. You have to develop a unique values, which will end up being synonymous to your company. You are not the only business doing what you’re doing. So what makes you different? It’s your branding– Value. Without branding, you will be lost the ocean of companies doing the same things as you.

  • Meeting Customers Needs

    Sam Walton, founder of WalMart said, “There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.” Every business wants customers because without customers, there will be no business. One thing is to get customers, and another thing is how to keep them– Meeting their needs.

  • Learn From Failure

    Thomas A. Edition, an American inventor and businessman, who has been described as America’s greatest inventor, and credited with developing many devices such as electric power generation, mass communication, sound recording, and motion pictures, made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb. When a reporter asked, “How did it feel to fail 1,000 times?” Edison replied, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 1,000 ways that won’t work. Failure is bad, but it could help you learn better ways to be successful.

  • Management

    As a business owner or leader, you have to watch out for management mistakes and avoid them from occurring or correct them when they start before they consume the business. And, these include, lack of sufficient planning (working without standard or systems), lack of accountability, micromanaging employees (lack of trust), failure to delegate, lack or bad communication, ignoring sales and marketing, failing to understand the financial, lack of follow up or watching feedback/reviews, displaying a negative attitude, learning from your mistakes and others’. The moment your business’ management is dead, your business is dead.

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Small Business Failure Rate

According to statistics, 20% of small businesses fail in their first year, 30% in their second year, and 50% after five years in business. And surprisingly, 70% of small business owners fail in their 10th year in business.

Knowing this as an entrepreneur arranging and preparing to launch a business, or even a business owner who just started, there’s a profusion of unpredictability ahead of you. And this could intimidate or fill you with fear about starting or running a business.

In effect, these statistics should not discourage you, rather let them help you put on a good fight to make it through all the challenges and succeed in business.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to help God’s Children in business and in every domain of life and the world to have “wisdom” and an “Understanding heart” to be successful according to the word of God, “Beloved, I pray that in every way you may prosper and enjoy good health, as your soul also prospers.” (3 John 1: 2)

Ecclesiastes 10: 7 reads, “I have seen slaves on horseback, while princes go on foot like slaves.” This saying of King Solomon, the richest man who ever lived on earth according to the Bible (1 Kings 10:23) is just to tell us as Christians that God has more in store for his Children. But to obtain those blessings of God, Christians need wisdom just as God granted it to Solomon (1 Kings 3:12 – 13). This will only come to God’s children when they get/have an “understanding heart” (1 Kings 3:9)