THIS YEAR: Join the BTJ ‘Business As Mission’ Forum in Vietnam
Business As Mission has emerged as one of the most significant methods for missionaries to gain access to closed nations between China and Jerusalem and this year, there is no better place to embrace this concept than Vietnam.
In 2019, BTJ hosted a Business As Mission Forum where hundreds of Vietnamese business owners and manufacturers turned up to see how they could connect with Christians from around the world to use business to further the Gospel.
“I have never seen anything like this,” Pastor David said in 2019. “So many Christians are excited to use the resources that God has given them for ministry.”
“We feel that God is calling us, like He has the Chinese, to preach the Gospel – not just here in Vietnam – but also in other unreached nations, to complete the Great Commission,” Timothy said last year. Timothy is a business owner that runs a multi-million dollar company in Ho Chi Men and wants to use it to get the Good News into the hands of the unreached.
David and Timothy both know that something amazing is happening in Vietnam today. The preaching of the Gospel message is not just about churches raising money for missionaries, but there is a movement taking place among ‘tent-makers’ like during the days of the first century church. With massive companies divesting from China in ways that were never dreamed of only a decade ago, there is a huge push into Vietnam. Companies like Samsung, LG, Apple, Intel, Qualcomm, and Nike have put their investments in Vietnam and Christians have a once in a life-time chance to do the same. These major initiatives are paving the way to support mission work among unreached people groups like never before.
If you are a business owner, or would simply like to learn more about how to operate business with a Kingdom mindset, then you will not want to miss this BTJ mission forum.
At the BTJ Mission Forum, attendees will:
- Connect with business leaders from around the world
- Learn about business opportunities currently available in unreached nations
- Learn how to use their business to share the Gospel
- Learn how to build a self-sustaining ministry with business
…and much, much more!
To attend the BTJ Mission As Mission Forum, send an email to: email@example.com