Principles and Practices for Business as Mission
by Mark L. Russell
Business as mission (BAM), an emerging concept and developing ministry, has drawn fascination in missions and business circles. BAM embodies the practice of using business strategically accomplishing missional purposes.
Though the term is ubiquitous in mission circles, there is disparity between its meaning.
There has been much theoretical discussion about BAM but far less research accomplished on how it happens out in reality.
The Missional Entrepreneur
takes an in-depth look at business as missions in action with an eye to expose the most effective principles and practices of this movement.
Includes a foreword by Tony Merida.
Church and Ministry
6 X 9 Inches
About the Author
, PhD, has gained tremendous international understanding in his time living and working in Russia, Chile, and Germany, and in his extensive travel to more than 70 countries to carry out a variety of business, educational, humanitarian, and religious projects. Mark has been published in more than 50 academic and popular level publications. Mark lives in Boise, Idaho, with his wife, Laurie, and their children, Noah and Anastasia.