There’s an enormous spectrum of what we call a “startup.” For many that word conjures up images of a tech startup in San Francisco where millions of dollars have been raised or solicited through angel investors and the like. With that in mind, yes, the task of planting a church plus launching a startup seems even more daunting. There are definitely those wired and skilled enough to actually do that.
However, on the other end of the spectrum that Dr. Charles Heying researches and writes about in his book Brew to Bikes: Portland’s Artisan Economy, is a whole different group of start-up entrepreneurs. For many in his research, they launched their businesses with a passion, love, and even a sense of “calling” (“I must do this”). A number of start-ups noted in his book did so with little to no start-up funds. Instead ... they just started.
Depending on what you want to do or start ... it might not take any money, or at least a very minimum amount (which can be rolled into your fundraising if you’re raising funds for planting a church).
You don’t have to be overwhelmed. Like a planting a church, you don’t have to start with a lot of hype and a loud bang. You can simply begin ...
This webinar sets the precedence that you can start a new church and a new startup at the same time. Are you ready?
Intrepid is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Can You Really Plant a Church and Launch a Startup? / Webinar
Time: Dec 5, 2018 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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