This is a roundtable discussion for business-minded people trying to figure out how to work with their church’s mission around sustainable solutions.
The absence of adequate structures and strategies for sustainable and transformational solutions (Missions 3.0) cause many business-minded people to simply check-out when it comes to the missions’ work of their own church. As a result, they go elsewhere with their gifts, networks and resources and the church loses their efforts and abilities.
In short, traditional missions simply won’t deliver lasting improvements, on their own nor will it keep those most capable of helping the church come up with sustainable solutions on board. The structures and strategies of Missions 3.0 and our Peer Learning Communities can help bridge the gap between the business-minded and church missions and chart a new course toward sustainable solutions.
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About the Trainer: Dave Geenens is Associate Professor in the School of Business at Benedictine College, a board member with Significant Matters and a trainer in our Peer Learning Communities. He brings a passion for the role that business and virtue bring to the work of sustainable solutions. He also brings an understanding for how the church can better utilize the marketplace person who wants to serve their church but finds the pace and processes of the church almost impossible to work with.