Scatter is an online learning platform applying Christian faith to themes of calling, culture, and work in diverse roles and industries. In the “Caring for the Souls of Entrepreneurs“ course, you will learn the theology of entrepreneurship, how renewed relationships and restorative business practices help your bottom line, and how to reconnect with God through specific spiritual disciplines.
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Suggested books, websites & articles
Caring for Souls in a Neoliberal Age by Bruce Rogers-Vaughn.
From Concept to Scale: Creating a Gospel-Minded Organization by Steve Graves.
“Entrepreneurship as a Sign of Common Grace” by B. Baker in Journal of Markets and Morality.
“Entrepreneurs Feel Closer to God than the Rest of Us Do” by Mitchel Neubert (an interview with Harvard Business Review): A summary of some ground-breaking research that a professor of Baylor led on the spiritual lives of entrepreneurs.
Suggestions from our friends at Sovereign’s Capital:
“How to Become Formidable“ by Jeff Labarge. Jeff is a good friend of Sovereign’s Capital, and recently published this post about the importance of suffering and dependence on God. This has quickly become one of our favorite pieces to share with friends and portfolio companies.
“Roles of the Redemptive Entrepreneur“ by Josh Kwan. Josh is a co-founder at Praxis Labs. We are big fans of the work that Josh is doing along with the rest of the Praxis team.
“The ‘Hidden Life’ of the Christian” by Ryan Jones. This sermon from Ryan Jones at Reality SF is one of our favorite new sermons this year. He discusses the idea of living your life for an audience, and the importance of living life for God as the audience of one rather than for our peers.
“The Light of the World“ by Toby Kurth. This is another great sermon from Reality SF that we loved this year. Kurth speaks on how Jesus is the light of the world that shines into our lives and transforms us, so that we then can share that light with others.